1. The Biggest Elderly Care Myths, Pt 1

    Welcome back to our Wilson Care blog page! As a Honolulu health care agency that prides itself on providing expert care to elderly and disabled folks, we’re passionate about giving your family the help that it desperately needs. For so many of our amazing clients, care has been on the shoulders of family members, which as you can assume, can become stressful, frustrating, exhausting, and even di…Read More

  2. Maintaining a Healthy Heart, Pt 2

    Here at Wilson Care, Honolulu’s best resource for home health care, we’re realizing more and more that what we do not only adds value to the lives of elderly people here in Hawaii, it also works to actively improve the quality of life for countless families. When you’ve provided the care for an elderly or disabled loved one, you’ve probably experienced fatigue, exhaustion, and weariness. W…Read More

  3. Maintaining a Healthy Heart, Pt 1

    Here at Wilson Care in Honolulu, we understand the value of your family’s quality of life. For that reason, we offer our unique home care services to the community of Honolulu and the surrounding areas. If you’ve never thought about what a home health care aide could do for you, it’s time to start thinking along those lines. If you’ve been the sole caregiver to your elderly parent or your …Read More

  4. Join Wilson Care Group in Acknowledging National Patient Experience Week

    April 23-27 is national Patient Experience Week, an annual event celebrating healthcare staff who impact the patient experience every day. Wilson Care Group founder and CEO Shelley Wilson, can personally relate to this topic. In fact, it was her experience while recovering from a horrific automobile accident that inspired her to start her first company. Three long years of gruelling surgeries and …Read More

  5. Yoga Poses for Seniors

    Here are some non-strenuous yoga poses for seniors! Yoga has been gaining traction as a popular form of exercise in the United States. It integrates breath, movement, and balance to help people become stronger both mind and body wise. What’s even better is that this form of exercise isn’t “one size fits all” and the poses could be modified to suit your body and situation. That being said, …Read More

  6. Are you Cut Out to be a Home Health Care Worker?

    Here are some of the traits necessary to be a great caregiver There are people on this Earth who embody an impressive ability to work with people. Usually, these people will go into service type jobs, like doctors, nurses, teachers, and of course, caregivers. Wilson Care prides ourselves on our ability to scope out certain traits in applicants when we hire. These characteristics work in combinatio…Read More

  7. Homecare or Senior Living?

    Choosing Between Home Health Care and Senior Living As we watch our parents or guardians age, we’re faced with the possibility of caring for them. While we certainly love our parents, it’s often difficult to dedicate significant amounts of your time to them, especially when we also have jobs, kids, and other responsibilities to tend to. If their health is declining, sometimes leaving them on t…Read More

  8. Depression in the Elderly

    Treating and detecting depression in elderly adults Hello everyone, welcome back to our blog! We use this space to talk about home health care tips as well as what a career in home health care entails. Wilson Care employs a team of dedicated home health care professionals who are passionate about the wellbeing and health of your loved ones. Our company understands that between jobs and raising kid…Read More

  9. Tips for Preventing Alzheimer’s

      Tips to Add to Your Routine that Could help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer’s Disease is a terrible affliction that affects upwards of 5.4 million people in the United States, almost all of whom are over the age of 65. This number is expected to multiply by the year of 2050. Currently, Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States with one in every three seniors d…Read More

  10. Ways to Care for Loved Ones With Intellectual Disabilities

    If your loved on has an intellectual disability, consider some of these home health care tips Caring for your loved ones with respect and compassion is our priority at Wilson Care here in Honolulu. Our home health care professionals are trained to provide trained care to help those in need of assistance with both medical and day to day tasks. Here on our blog, we try our best to provide our reader…Read More