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Sandy Marklin – Caregiver Profile

Up Close and Personal with Sandy Marklin, Part-Time Office Manager How long have you worked for ATCC? I have worked for Around the Clock Care on and off since 2003. Why did you decide to work for ATCC? My friend, Pam, wanted someone to share the job with her. I had been off work for […]

Rebecca Arthur – Employee of the Month

Around the Clock Care would like to recognize Rebecca Arthur as the Employee of the Month! A shout out and big THANK YOU to Rebecca Arthur! Rebecca is a great caregiver who goes ABOVE and BEYOND for her client. Rebecca is always willing to help out in any way she can. Rebecca, it’s caregivers like […]

Peggy Dickinson – Caregiver Profile

Up Close and Personal with Peggy Dickinson, Part-Time Office Manager How long have you worked for ATCC? A year and a half Why did you decide to work at ATCC? It was a good opportunity. What are your hobbies and interests? I like to read mysteries. I also enjoy remodeling and making arts and crafts. […]

Dytana White – Employee of the Month

Around the Clock Care would like to recognize Dytana White as the Employee of the Month! Dytana is always pleasant to work with and goes above and beyond to make sure her clients are taken care of. The clients are always pleased with the care they receive from Dytana. Other caregivers who interact with Dytana […]

Michelle Gardner – Employee of the Month

A shout out and big THANK YOU to Michelle Gardner! Michelle always has a positive attitude and is always willing to help out. Michelle was recently involved in a car accident and called the office from the ambulance to let us know she couldn’t work her shift. That’s dedication! We are so grateful for such […]

10 Early Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer’s

1) Memory loss that disrupts daily life One of the most common signs of Alzheimer’s is memory loss, especially forgetting recently learned information. Others include forgetting important dates or events; asking for the same information over and over; increasingly needing to rely on memory aids or family members for things they used to handle on […]

7 Simple Steps to a Healthy Senior Diet

Cooking might not be the pleasure it once was, but you don’t want to shortchange yourself on nutrition and a healthy diet. Fortunately, there are plenty of healthy alternatives to spending long hours in the kitchen. 
Consider these options for maintaining a nutritious diet in your senior years: Get help in the kitchen. If you […]

7 Tips for Avoiding Elderly Heat Stroke and Exhaustion

There are several reasons for elderly heat vulnerability. People’s ability to notice changes in their body temperature decreases with age. Many seniors also have underlying health conditions that make them less able to adapt to heat. Furthermore, many medicines that seniors take can contribute to dehydration. Fortunately, a few simple precautions are all that’s needed […]