Type 2 Diabetes Prevention that works

As we age, it’s harder to take care of our bodies. Health issues take us off guard, and we forget to watch what we eat. Before we know it, we’re facing the possibility of type 2 diabetes and a life-long battle. Thankfully, there are a couple strategies that allow us...

Preparing for the Future

Death is an idea we would rather avoid. It’s ugly and uncomfortable. However, it is a reality, and one we must face sooner rather than later. That reality is often embodied in a will. Writing a will almost feels like a seal of approval. You sign the documents and...

Keeping Your Mind Active in Long Term Care

Your mind is your most powerful tool, but it can be difficult to maintain it. Many people regard physical health as more important than mental, so when their ability to exercise their body begins to dwindle, they neglect their mind. While it may seem trivial,...

Home Safety Checklist for Seniors

It’s only natural for the elderly to want to live in their own homes for as long as possible. The comfort and peace-of-mind that come with familiar surroundings helps seniors reduce stress and live happier, healthier lives. Unfortunately, infirmity can increase with...

Spreading Awareness

Yesterday, Metropolitan Home Health Services, Inc. participated at the Massachusetts State House to support the 2018 #EnoughPayToStay Lobby day.   #EnoughPayToStay supports the home care workforce—Homemakers, Home Health Aides and ASAP case managers. We want to thank...

Combating the Winter Blues

The holidays are over. Here in New England, winter has set in and its grip won’t loosen for another month or two. With all that seasonal snow, cold, and darkness, no wonder so many people get the Winter Blues. Fortunately, there’s a lot that can be done to combat the...

Happy Thanksgiving from Metro Home Health Services!

It’s that time of year. Time for delicious smelling turkey and spending time with family. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite recipes for the Thanksgiving table. The centerpiece of any Thanksgiving meal is the turkey. Everyone’s got a twist, from the...

Debit or Credit? What Seniors Need to Know

When you go to pay for a purchase at your favorite store and the cashier asks you “debit or credit?” which do you say? If you’re a senior, do you know the difference? If not, you may find yourself in financial trouble if you don’t answer correctly. Debit cards are a...

Seniors and Siri

Seniors and smartphones can be a powerful partnership when the phone features one of the several digital personal assistants (DPAs) now available to answer questions and provide information about all sorts of things – from where to go to when to do something. Siri, of...

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