Enjoy Spring

Don’t sit in the stuffy house all season long! Get out and enjoy the beauty of the world.Now is the perfect time to take your loved one for a stroll through the park or a nice lunch on the patio. Escape the norm and bring a little light into your loved ones life. If you…

Happy Easter

Have you noticed a decline in your loved one’s attitude? The holiday seasons are the perfect time to lift them up. Regardless of faith and beliefs, getting the family together for a holiday dinner can do wonders for the spirit of your ill loved one. So get tell everyone to bring a dish and let…

A Word from Our Chaplain

Just over a month ago I wrote that there is something to be “observed” every month, every week, and probably every day, some cause worth lifting up to at least generate a passing awareness. Like, April is (among many, many causes/observances): National Child Abuse Awareness Month, national Cannabis Awareness Month, Lawn and Garden Month, National…

Staying in the Right Frame of Mind

The LifeSpring family understands how hard it can be to take care of a sick or disabled loved one. Sometimes it’s hard to see the bright side to things, but it’s definitely an important part of staying in the right mind frame. Your LifeSpring care professionals are here to help you through tough times, but…

Fiber Rich Foods!

A healthy colon means a healthy intake of fiber. If you’re worried about your loved one’s fiber intake, giving them foods that are rich in fiber can help to cut down on constant supplement use. A few veggies include split peas, lentils and black beans. Each of these include more than 14 grams of fiber…

Allergy Season: Rights and Wrongs

Allergy season is here and we understand that allergies can be particularly harmful to those already struggling with certain illnesses. Here are a couple of ways to survive the allergy season: If you are out and about during the day, be sure to take a shower before gathering with loved ones who suffer from severe…

A Word from Our Chaplain

Every month, we in the United States observe some kind of awareness; every week, and most days, too. For instance, in the U.S. March is: Brain Injury Awareness, Hemophilia Awareness, and National MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Education and Awareness Month. In Canada they’re observing National Epilepsy and National Kidney this month. In the United Kingdom it’s…

Colon Cancer Prevention: Changes to Make

LifeSpring is always here with prevention tips for you and your family, and March is National Colorectal Cancer Month. After the age of 50 you should consider screening for colon cancer. If you have a presence of colon cancer in your family, then it’s a good idea to consider screening sooner. There are lots of…

Keeping Your Loved Ones Calm in Times of Stress

Caring for an ill loved one can be very difficult. At LifeSpring, we recognize that and want to aid in any way possible. We understand that stress can take over you, your family, and your ill loved one. In these moments, it’s important to keep calm. We want to offer you two great ways to…

A Word from Our Chaplain

“So many books, so little time,” goes the saying. So many have I read, yet so many have I yet to read. Nevertheless, I must commend to you one of my all time favorites, a little book that, by appearances, might seem for a child, but most assuredly is equally for adults, if not more…

5 Food Switches for a Healthy Heart

Spinach for Lettuce – Spinach is a great leafy green to include in your diet! With tons of nutritional values like folate and plant based omega-3s this vegetable is a great asset to your diet. Salmon for Sirloin – Red meat can hurt your health in the long run. When you’re looking for a filling…

Your Allies in Hospice Care

We understand the hard times that come with choosing a hospice care provider. Here at LifeSpring, we work hard to show clients that they’ll always have a support system through us. The LifeSpring staff prides itself on exceptional care service with the utmost compassion for our patients. We want to create an environment of love…