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Caregiver and Care Recipient Gift Giving Guide

December 17, 2020InnovAge

Finding the right gift for older adults and caregivers can be difficult. Here are a few ideas that they will love.

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Costs of Care

November 17, 2020InnovAge

Medicare recipients’ highest healthcare expenses include dental bills, prescription drugs, hospital bills, and doctor bills.

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Adjusting to the Clock

October 28, 2020InnovAge

Daylight Saving Time can be a difficult adjustment for older adults. Luckily, there are steps that can be taken to help them transition to these changes.

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Providing Comfort, Care, and More

October 26, 2020InnovAge

Palliative care focuses on quality of life for those battling chronic illnesses. Read how InnovAge has expanded their program to help both seniors and family members throughout this process.

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Staying Socially Connected

September 17, 2020InnovAge

Learn how seniors can stay socially active despite having to stay socially distant.

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Helping Americans Battle Serious Illnesses

August 20, 2020AHIP

There is no single definition of what constitutes a "serious illness," but there is no doubt that it raises serious challenges for patients, loved ones, and providers.

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Caregivers Find Support in PACE

July 14, 2020InnovAge

Caregiving for a family member brings challenges that can be difficult when faced alone. Robert and Janet share their stories about how PACE has helped care for her their family members.

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Helping Men Stay Healthy

June 29, 2020InnovAge

Regular doctor visits can help men live longer and prevent disease.

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Staying Hydrated as the Temperature Rises

June 23, 2020InnovAge

As the temperature rises during the summer, be sure to check in with older loved ones to make sure they're staying hydrated. 

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6 Mental Health Tips for Caregivers

May 26, 2020InnovAge

Staying emotionally sound during the pandemic can be particularly challenging for caregivers. Read our tips for supporting your mental health.
 

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Caregiving for your Spouse

April 30, 2020InnovAge

Caregiving for a spouse brings different challenges than caring for an older loved one. Linda shares her story about how PACE has helped care for her husband Larry.  

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Caregivers, Older Adults Comment on PACE

February 27, 2020InnovAge

Family caregivers and participants share praise for InnovAge's Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE.

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Insights from Seniors and Caregivers: Care vs. Caring

November 26, 2019InnovAge

Seniors and their caregivers shared their thoughts and fears on aging, and a desire to age in their own homes. 

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Diverse Activities for Diverse Seniors

September 6, 2019InnovAge

Participants at InnovAge come from different backgrounds and communities. At InnovAge, our employees come up with unique ways to keep participants engaged.  

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Meet an InnovAge Social Worker

July 29, 2019InnovAge

Social worker Justin Collins shares his perspective on how he ensures PACE participants are safe and secure. 
 

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Resources for Education and Self-Management

May 20, 2019InnovAge

Explore these links with helpful information and resources for seniors and caregivers.

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When a Stroke Strikes, Follow These Steps

March 27, 2019InnovAge

Older adult have a high-risk for strokes, learn the symptoms now so that you can act quickly and seek treatment immediately.

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Combat Stress to Improve Your Health

March 4, 2019InnovAge

Stress affects both seniors and caregivers. Take steps to alleviate stress for yourself and loved ones.

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‘We’re a Strong Alternative to Nursing Homes’

InnovAge (Nasdaq: INNV), a Program of All-Inclusive Care for Elderly (PACE) provider, officially went public Thursday. Denver-based InnovAge offers one of the largest PACE programs in the U.S. The company has about 1,900 employees and serves 6,600 seniors in Colorado, New Mexico, California, Pennsylvania and Virginia.