YMCA of South Palm Beach County Inspiration Breakfast

Our CEO, Rosie Inguanzo-Martin, is the 2018 Inspiration Breakfast Event Chair for the YMCA of South Palm Beach County Inspiration Breakfast.
The Inspiration Breakfast will highlight the YMCA’s Water Safety programs. YMCA Director of Community Water Safety Liz Schmidt and Rosie Inguanzo-Martin had the opportunity to sit down with CBS12.com Lynda Figueredo. Please watch the video and learn more about the Inspiration Breakfast.
About the Event:
Community Leaders and Business people come together to support the YMCA. The 16th Annual Inspiration Breakfast keynote speaker is Head Coach of the Miami Hurricanes, Mark Richt. The event will be held on March 7, 2018, at the Office Depot Global Headquarters in Boca Raton! Doors open at 7:30am. For information visit our site https://www.ymcaspbc.org/inspirationbreakfast/ or contact Kimberley Trombly-Burmeister at [email protected]. #IB2018

What Services Does Medicare Provide In The Home?

Has1 surgery or an illness hindered your parents’ daily activities? Are your parents bound to the bed or chair and are unable to walk short distances? If this describes their situation, you must think of ways to ease their day-to-day problems by finding workarounds for their situation. You can choose to stay with them yourself, but odds are that you aren’t qualified to look after them properly. Plus, you may not always be available due to your work schedule, children, and other commitments.
The answer to this dilemma is simple…hire an agency that guarantees trained personnel to visit the house on particular days to check on your loved ones. Most importantly, you want to provide your parents with services insured under the umbrella of Medicare. Here are few in-home services provided by Medicare:
Skilled Nursing

When your parents are unable to carry out normal tasks, as their child you wish to do something about it. The best way to show them that you care is to contact an agency that provides in-home services to care for them. At times, your parents may need the assistance of a nurse to help them do the following:
Provide medication
Change bandages
Give injections
Bathe them
Clothe them
Many more services
After assessing the patient, the nurse will give you a schedule stating the times they will come by to tend to their needs. If they have to come every day, they will.
Physical Therapy
Due to illness, injury, or surgery, for instance, your parents may be immobile for a while. In order to get them up and moving, a physical therapist may come around, asses the pain, and assist them with some basic stretching and exercises, designed to strengthen their muscles and keep them active.
Speech Therapy
Sometimes, a stroke, or disease can hinder speech. In order to help your parents regain their speaking abilities, the agency will provide them with a speech therapist.
Social Services 
Your parents may be dealing with stress related to chronic illness, family relationships, or bereavement. Social workers trained in counseling the elderly can help them get through the toughest situations.
Nutritional Care
If your parent’s doctor has instructed them to maintain a certain diet, the dieticians will prepare them meal plans to follow. Your parents may have diabetes, for instance, and may need a meal plan to keep their blood sugar in check.
The trained professionals will come to your parent’s home and provide them with excellent care.
Contact Us
At Allegiance Home Health and Rehab, “We pledge our allegiance to you.” We provide your loved ones with services custom designed to fit their individual needs. Our trained caregivers fully comprehend the condition and personality of the patient, providing them options to choose from various activities that include going on short walks, reading to them, and accompanying them to the store.
If you are interested in hiring an aide for your mother or father, you can call us right away for a consultation. Click here to sign up for our free Newsletter and receive an exclusive report on “Suggestions for Successful Home Care Placement.” We look forward to hearing from you. Have a great day!