We help families in Miami, Florida get home care services for their loved ones without having to rely solely on insurance, and at extremely reasonable rates. We are a Medicare and Medicaid Certified Agency. We can work with your Medicare and Medicaid Insurance provider.
We hire exceptionally well trained caregivers and nursing professionals. We provide timely and safe care at home. When you can depend on timely and safer care you tend to stress and worry less, which means “ALL IS WELL”, because your loved one are taken care of!
Diabetes is a widespread disease that affects people of all ages, races and genders across the U.S. According to the American Diabetes Association, about 25.8 million Americans have diabetes, which makes up 8.3 percent of the country’s population.
Diabetes is a chronic disease in which the levels of glucose, or sugar, in the blood are higher than they should be, and there is not enough insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, to control it. The disease can be caused by too little insulin, a resistance to insulin or both.
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Type 1 Diabetes can occur at any age, but is most often diagnosed in children, teens or young adults whose bodies make small amounts of insulin or none at all.
Type 2 Diabetes is the most frequently diagnosed, typically during adulthood. However, it is being increasingly diagnosed in teens and young adults because of high obesity rates.
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While there is currently no cure for diabetes, the disease can be effectively managed with medications and a change in diet and exercise.
An important part of treatment is maintaining a healthy weight. Although there is no typical or strict “diet,” it is recommended to eat foods that are high in nutrition and low in calories – like fruits, whole grains and vegetables.
Physical activity is also a must to manage weight, lower blood sugar levels and increase the body’s sensitivity to insulin.
People with diabetes should aim for at least 30 minutes of aerobic activity most days of the week.
Medications and monitoring of blood sugar levels will be a part of life for people with diabetes.
Depending on the condition, blood sugar should be monitored several times a day or several times a week. In addition, many people need insulin therapy throughout the day or may need to take other oral or injected medications to manage the condition.
At Angel Home Care Services we understand that living with diabetes may be challenging. From a healthy lifestyle to managing blood sugar and insulin levels, the disease may require extra care outside regular visits to the doctor or after a stay in the hospital.
Angel Home Care Services has experience in helping individuals and their families live with diabetes. Our home healthcare professionals can visit people with diabetes in their homes or at assisted living communities to provide care or supplement care.
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We understand what you are going through – it’s the reason we are looking forward to meeting you and discuss the options available to help you not just cope, but THRIVE as a caregiver with a convalescent spouse, parent, or loved one at home.
Your PERSONAL ELIGIBILITY ASSESSMENT will be entirely FREE and it will tell us exactly what services you parents can receive, which of these services are 100% covered, and for how long! At no point are you under any obligation to retain our services.
Whether we earn the privilege to help you or not …one thing is for certain, you will no longer be in the dark about your HOME CARE SERVICES options. And you’ll walk away from our meeting with a renewed sense of hope and direction. See you soon!
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