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The Activa companies consist of both Activa Home Health, a Medicare Certified and Joint Commission accredited Home Health Agency, and Activa Homecare, a licensed Nurse Registry that provides Private Duty home care services.

The owners of Activa started their first home healthcare company in 1998 and have been proudly serving the Broward and Palm Beach communities ever since.

Honesty, Trust, Compassion, and Reliability are the cornerstones of our companies’ mission. We love what we do and that’s helping people like you!

Serving Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Wellington, Jupiter, West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Lauderhill, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach and surrounding communities.

Call Today: 561-819-4112

Visit Our Website: http://www.activahh.com/

 

RSS Caregiving Articles by Activa Home Health Care

  • How to Handle it if Your Senior Is Refusing Help June 20, 2018
    Having a senior continue to refuse help is frustrating for you and probably frustrating for her. If she truly doesn’t want or need the help, she may start to shut down communications with you when you continue to push. Here are some ideas for resolving the situation. Listen to the Reasons First. This is sometimes […]
    Jon Fedele
  • June 18 is International Picnic Day: Planning the Perfect Picnic for an Older Adult June 13, 2018
    When is the last time your aging family member went on a picnic? If it’s been a while, June 18th may be just the right day to pack up a delicious lunch and take your loved one out to enjoy some fresh air. But, planning a picnic with a senior in mind isn’t quite as […]
    Jon Fedele
  • Why Are UTIs Common in Senior Citizens? June 6, 2018
    UTIs or urinary tract infections are serious infections that can hit at any age. They are more common in senior citizens. They’re also more common in women due to the proximity of the urethra’s opening to the anus. The tube to the bladder is also shorter, which makes it easier for bacteria to travel to […]
    Jon Fedele
  • Is Remote Elder Care Really Enough? May 30, 2018
    Technology has made it easier than ever to keep track of an aging parent without having to be there. Smartwatches like Fitbit can track your parent’s sleep patterns, location via GPS, pulse, and fitness activities. They can even track when you parent has a glass of water. Video doorbell monitoring systems allow you to see […]
    Jon Fedele
  • What’s Sundowning and What Can You Do If It Happens? May 23, 2018
    Sundowning is a troubling symptom of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s called sundowning because it tends to hit later in the day when the sun starts to go down. Not every Alzheimer’s patient gets it, but if it does happen, it can be stressful for all. End Afternoon Naps. If your parent is prone to take a […]
    Jon Fedele
  • Avoid Burnout with Elderly Care Providers May 16, 2018
    Aretha had been taking care of her aging mother for just over a year when she suffered a stroke. Before that, Aretha was successfully able to balance her mother’s needs with her own family, plus continue to work. However, now her mother’s daily care needs were quickly becoming overwhelming. Aretha had dropped from full-time to […]
    Jon Fedele