1. Infection Control Basics for Seniors and Caregivers

    Seniors are at higher risk of getting COVID-19; therefore, both caregivers and family members must practice proper infection control and prevention to avoid putting their loved ones in harm’s way. As a certified home health agency in Virginia, we prioritize the health and safety of all our clients…Read More

  2. Helping Loved Ones Cope with Vision Loss

    Approximately 12 million people 40 years and over in the United States have vision impairment. As a home care agency in Woodbridge, Virginia, we understand how devastating and life-changing vision loss can be for patients, especially those who enjoy their independence above anything else. Since Febr…Read More

  3. Cervical Health Awareness Month: Preventing Cervical Cancer

    According to the National Cervical Cancer Coalition, more than 13,000 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the United States each year. Yet cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers today. What Causes Cervical Cancer? Almost all cases of cervical cancer are caused by the human pa…Read More

  4. Providing Special Care for Veterans

    The fact that this isn’t talked about more often can do more harm than good to veterans. You see, unlike our usual clients, a veteran will have more than just mobility assistance and personal care to worry about. They have seen the ugly side of life, and for quite a lengthy period of their lives t…Read More

  5. Tips to Keep Your Children Safe at Home

    Medical conditions do not spare anyone. Even young children can live with certain health conditions that may require them to seek the help of a pediatric home care agency in Virginia. One of the top duties of the agency’s care team is to ensure the youngsters’ safety in their homes. You also wou…Read More

  6. Early Signs of ADHD in Young Children

    It is common for young children to have difficulties in paying attention and concentration, but when this difficulty becomes a serious problem for parents and teachers, it may be a sign of ADHD or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. The CDC estimates 1 in 11 school-aged children are diagnosed …Read More

  7. Caring for a Stroke Survivor at Home

    If you are caring for a stroke survivor, there are many things that you will need to consider when it comes to meeting your loved one’s needs - whether it’s for the next month or the following years. Not to worry, All in All Home Care is here to help. While you can most definitely invest in a ho…Read More

  8. The Top Risk Factors of Mental Illness In Seniors

    Mental health disorders affect about 20% of seniors in the US. Unfortunately, about one in three of those seniors does not receive treatment. That’s quite a hefty number, and this is because seniors are less likely to ask for help. Mental illnesses like depression and anxiety disorders among the e…Read More

  9. Signs of Mental Illness in Children

    Mental illness not only happens to adults but also in children. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in six children aged 2-8 years old is diagnosed with mental disorder in the US. It appears that untreated mental illness can lead to behavioral and developmental …Read More

  10. Tips to Manage Your Loved One’s Lifestyle Diseases

    Lifestyle diseases are illnesses that are brought about and/or caused by an unhealthy diet and the ways a person lives their life. Examples of such habits and ways of living are sedentary lifestyles, excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, and drug abuse, among others. These lifestyles are linked to…Read More