Cypress HomeCare was recently a featured segment on KPHO’s Better Arizona with Sarah Carlstrom. Watch the video below to learn more about the services we provide as a non-medical home care agency, as well as about our newest Cypress family member, Lacey the Pet Therapy dog.
The winter months bring snow, the holidays, and family gatherings. Unfortunately, they also bring the dreaded cold and flu season. For frail senior clients, this time of year can be particularly hazardous, as even a minor cold or a touch of the flu can develop dangerous complications. To ensure the safety of senior clients, there […]
Rosalyn Carter said it best: “There are only four kinds of people in the world — those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers and those who will need caregivers.” The backbone of our country’s long-term, home-based, and community-based care systems is the Family Caregiver. Since 1994 […]
President Barack Obama, in his Presidential Proclamation of National Family Caregivers Month – November 2011 – states; “Across our country, millions of family members, neighbors, and friends provide care and support for their loved ones during times of need. With profound compassion and selflessness, these caregivers sustain American men, women, and children at their most […]
Between work, kids, spouses, parents and chores, life can seem to come at you all at once in a very overwhelming way. Add caregiving to the mix and you are in for some very tense days. It’s a good idea to take a deep breath and realize that making sure that someone else’s life is […]
As spring approaches, nature puts on her show of flowers and trees blooming across the Valley, promising new life and fresh starts. At Cypress, we are reminded that each and every tree that blooms on the horizon has worked its way to establish its roots. Discovering the intricacies of a family tree is a luxury […]
This Thanksgiving as you spend time with family and loved ones, remember to thank those who give back every day by acting as family caregivers. There are more than 65 million American family members caring for their loved ones. Family caregivers do so much, often asking very little in return. Providing care for a loved […]