Caring for Someone Who Hoards

October 20, 2022 — Lots of us have collections. Maybe you bring home a new refrigerator magnet from every vacation destination you visit. Perhaps you love jewelry and have a statement necklace for every occasion. Maybe rare baseball cards are carefully stored and organized in a box in your basement. But compulsive hoarding is different from an out-of-control collection... Read More

September Walk to End Alzheimer’s Event

September 2, 2022 — On September 18, Resilience Home Health will be participating in Naperville’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Join us in fighting against Alzheimer’s and challenging the stigma that persists around Alzheimer’s Disease and all types of Dementia. Find our Resilience Home Health team at: 2022 Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Naperville, IL: Register | Walk to End... Read More

Healthcare Heroes Annual Summer Appreciation Event

August 16, 2022 — Resilience Home Health Corporation held its annual summer appreciation event on June 23, 2022 to celebrate and honor healthcare heroes. The Resilience team welcomed over 70 nurses, therapists, medical partners, and community supporters for a fun evening with tacos, Rainbow Cone ice cream, the Dueling Pianos, and lively conversation among colleagues and friends. “All of... Read More

Saluting our Nurses

May 10, 2022 — “We must find time to stop and thank the people who make a difference in our lives.” – JFK Each May, we recognize both Nurse Appreciation Week (May 6 – 12) and National Nurses Month. This year’s theme, “You Make A Difference,” honors the vast contributions and positive impact of America’s nurses. We are all indebted to nurses... Read More

Salute to our Pharmacist

October 18, 2021 — October Is American Pharmacists Month The doctor writes a prescription, and we go to our local drug store to fill it. That nice person in the white coat that fills that prescription is a medically trained professional who can help us more than most people realize. “Taking your medication correctly is one of the best... Read More

State of Illinois COVID-19 Executive order

September 13, 2021 — As the Delta variant is sweeping through Illinois, affecting both vaccinated and unvaccinated people of all ages, Illinois Governor Pritzker issued a new mandate. The CDC estimates that the Delta variant makes up for more than 90% of all COVID-19 cases in the U.S to date. It is more aggressive and transmissible than other variants.... Read More

Improving Brain Health

August 31, 2021 — A new study from New York University Grossman School of Medicine shows that having someone to talk to is a factor in staving off memory loss. Supportive social interactions in adulthood are important for your ability to stave off cognitive decline despite brain aging or neuropathological changes such as those present in Alzheimer’s disease, a... Read More

Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day—In Moderation

March 9, 2021 — This year, our St. Patrick’s Day celebrations will likely look quite different. We won’t be crowding into pubs for a corned beef dinner—more likely, it will be a home-cooked affair, or maybe takeout. Perhaps some clever folks will festoon their leprechaun decorations with facemasks, which makes sense: staying safe isn’t just a matter of luck!... Read More

Good For the Heart Indulgent Treats

February 27, 2021 — Four Indulgent Treats That Are Good for the Heart                                                   We’ve been celebrating American Heart Month during February, and many of us are thinking about ways to take good care of our... Read More

National Wear Red Day 2/5/2021

February 5, 2021 — DALLAS, February 3, 2021— Despite the devasting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, cardiovascular disease remains the leading killer of women in the U.S., according to the American Heart Association’s newly released 2021 Heart Disease & Stroke Statistics.[1] Heart disease kills one woman approximately every 80 seconds, taking more lives than all forms of cancer combined, and... Read More