Staying Connected

Staying Connected

Sharing News, Updates, and Stories from CiminoCare

We feel it is essential to share current events; innovations in care; and personal stories of those who make CiminoCare such a special company, including management, staff, residents, and families. We hope you’ll find the following articles to not only be educational, but also an indication of what we feel is important, inspiring, and entertaining. We truly enjoy caring for Seniors and like to share what we do to make a positive difference in the lives of those around us.

Feeding the Soul and Spirit

Feeding the Soul and Spirit

Fall is officially here. To welcome the season, CiminoCare asked our Senior Caregivers and Senior Residents what memories arise in October, and the overwhelming response was eating for winter. Homemade recipes were shared, along with memories of time spent cooking with family and loved ones. The number one meal? A hearty, homemade soup, which have more benefits than you might realize!

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Fall Into a New Routine

Fall Into a New Routine

As the days get shorter and we switch to sweater weather and pumpkin spice, CiminoCare’s senior communities keep residents and staff happy and healthy by preparing for changes to our routines. With less time to be outside and active and more time spent in close quarters, there are some things to consider as the weather cools.

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Wildfire Smoke and Respiratory Health

Wildfire Smoke and Respiratory Health

As wildfires become a season in California, protecting your lungs and respiratory system from the fine particulates in smoke is a genuine concern. Children, pregnant women, the elderly and those with lung or heart disease are the most at risk for adverse health effects. Take it easy, stay inside and follow our tips to stay safer during periods of poor air quality.

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Hydration Information

Hydration Information

Dehydration is a common cause of hospitalization for seniors. As we age, our sense of thirst diminishes, and often seniors only feel thirsty when they are already dehydrated. During the warmer months, it is even more important to be aware of the signs of dehydration and make a concerted effort to stay hydrated.

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