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Hello friends and colleagues, The leaves are falling, the days are getting shorter, the kids are in school (kind of) and this tumultuous year is beginning to wind down. I hope this message finds you safe and in as good spirits as possible during these ever...

When Ellen, one of our With A Little Help caregivers, decided to share Zentangles with her senior home care clients, she was looking for a fun, restful and calming activity.  Something that would inspire and invoke something in them.  Little did she know that the...

There’s no downplaying the flu.  According to this information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Getting a flu vaccine during 2020-2021 is more important than ever because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Flu vaccination is especially important for adults 65 years and...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and as you may have seen on our social media pages on October 7th and 8th, the team at With A Little Help wore pink to honor a team member who is fighting breast cancer.  There are a number...

When asked what called her to become a caregiver, without hesitation Darsheen said, “It’s something that I have been doing since I was a little girl. It’s just something that is instilled in me”. From a very young age, Darsheen was taught to care for,...

Without a doubt, 2020 has challenged each and every one of us. It’s been six months since the start of the pandemic. Six months of making adjustments in our personal and professional lives. Six months of quarantine, social distancing, home-schooling, and mask-wearing. We are living in a time...

With a Little Help is dedicated to helping our community by offering the best in professional and supportive in-home care to your loved ones. We also want to be a resource when you are looking to learn more about their condition. While live, in-person educational...

Just like in all families, our team at With A Little Help is committed to being here to support you in multiple ways.  As we continue on, in the midst of this pandemic, the common denominator that we hear about most often is not surrounding...