Archive for August, 2011

The relationship between optimism and strokes

August 10th, 2011 No Comments

Jeffrey Johnson, co-founder of Visiting Angels corporate, has written about the correlation between being optimistic and strokes. Can thinking positively really help people improve their overall health? In elder care NJ, we have seen the benefits a positive home care aide has on the disposition of our clients. Read his article at


“I appreciated the ethics this agency instilled in their aides” – New Testimonial

August 3rd, 2011 No Comments

We are all smiling, thanks this home care nj review by Dianne J. of Riverton, NJ. It warms our hearts to know we are making a positive difference in the lives of our clients and their families.

“Visiting Angels did everything possible to keep my dad comfortable during his final days. The live in aide was absolutely wonderful, caring, gentle and respectful. He was definitely the person I would want caring for me or my family. All of the other aides were also very good. I appreciated the ethics this agency instilled in their aides and commend the owners, Rudy Tervooren and Nora de Cardenas for doing a great job! I also enjoyed meeting Rudy and spoke with Nora on the phone. Both are extremely caring and supportive! Their superior quality of care will definitely help ease your mind, especially during the stressful times created with care for a sick or dying family member.”


Paranoia in Older People

August 3rd, 2011 1 Comment

Have you noticed your older parent, friend or loved one becoming increasingly paranoid? Have they been hallucinating? Dealing with someone in this mental state can be unsettling, but once the source of paranoia is diagnosed, treatments are available and effective. Visiting Angels co-founder Jeffrey Johnson has written an article on this important elder care topic. Read the article at