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March Client of the Month

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It’s truly a highlight every month to learn about our amazing clients.  March is no exception! This month we had the pleasure of learning about Roy Soldal by speaking with his proud daughter, Carolyn Brown.  Roy Soldal, has been a beloved and valued client of Affinity Home Care and Private Duty. Roy lives an interesting […]

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High Blood Pressure Warning Signs

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High Blood Pressure (HBP), or Hypertension, is a common condition where the pressure in your arteries is higher than it should be. Blood pressure is generally regarded as stage 1 hypertension when a blood pressure reading is 130/80 or higher. If your blood pressure reading is above 180/120 it is considered a hypertension crisis. Over […]

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February Flower of the Month

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Affinity Home Care Agency shared flowers this month with Patricia and Phil Ruehl.  Patricia has been a long term client with Affinity. Originally from Cincinnati, Patricia and her husband, Phil also lived for 15 years in Lexington, Kentucky. Patricia worked at both the University of Kentucky and the University of Cincinnati as a cancer researcher […]

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February Employee of the Month

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When you call Affinity Home Care Agency Private Duty Care you are probably talking to Shawn.  She has been with Affinity for two and a half years and she is the lifeline and heartbeat of Affinity from scheduling appointments, interviews, and caregiver assignments.  She is our go-to for everything Private Duty Care. We all know […]

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Top Ten Tips for a Healthy Heart

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February is all about heart health. We will give you tips to keep your heart healthy! The heart is the muscle that pumps the blood through your body, so it’s basically the engine of your body. We all know it’s important to keep your heart healthy and pay attention to your overall health, but sometimes […]

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February Affinity Talk Series: Heart Health

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February is the month of the heart, so naturally, the monthly awareness is heart health. The heart is the muscle that pumps the blood through your body, so it’s basically the engine of your body. We all know it’s important to keep your heart healthy and pay attention to your overall health. Join us next […]

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Winter Weather Tips

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It’s winter in metro Detroit and that means winter weather warnings. Snow is expected and often that comes with ice and dangerous temperatures.  Be prepared. It is possible you may not leave your residence for a couple of days.  Here is Affinity’s Winter Survival Tips: Have a plan to have someone else, a service, a […]

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Glaucoma Awareness Month

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Did you know every month is dedicated to different medical awarenesses? January is Glaucoma Awareness Month. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, “Glaucoma is a disease that damages your eye’s optic nerve. It usually happens when fluid builds up in the front part of your eye. That extra fluid increases the pressure in your […]

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Affinity Flower Tradition

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Thrilled to continue this tradition in 2020! Affinity Home Health Care is delivering flowers to caregivers, clients, and centers to brighten their day!    

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