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Main | 1137 Lyons Rd Dayton, OH 45458  |  (937) 528-1962  |  North Dayton: ​(937) 203-8366  |

Mason/West Chester | 991 Reading Rd #3, Mason, OH, 45040  |  (513) 273-7056  |

Stay At Home with Compassionate Care

Main | 1137 Lyons Rd Dayton, OH 45458  |  (937) 528-1962  |  North Dayton: ​(937) 203-8366  |

Mason/West Chester | 991 Reading Rd #3, Mason, OH, 45040  |  (513) 273-7056  |

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Senior In Home Care Services Providers Can Help Prepare For Spring

Although winter in the Dayton area this year has been relatively mild in comparison to years past, cold temperatures,senior in home care services grey skies, wind chills mixed with snow and ice make for a long, dismal season. However, now that winter is drawing to a close, it’s time to think spring and senior in home care services providers suggest now is the time to introduce the upcoming season to your mom and dad. Even though the snow may still be falling and the Groundhog has announced there were still six more weeks of winter, begin the countdown and prepare.

Spring cleaning is often the first step in preparing for the brighter weather. Mom or dad does not have to tackle this alone. Senior in home care services providers suggest enlisting family and friends to assist your parent and turn a chore into an activity. Here are some spring cleaning tips for your loved one:

  • Start with the medicine cabinet. Dispose properly of all medications that have expired or those your parent no longer takes or is being prescribed.
  • Clean out the refrigerator and freezer and dispose of expired or moldy food and wipe out the interior with a safe product recommended for appliances.
  • Check and replace batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors (or purchase new ones.)
  • Move furniture and vacuum and dust thoroughly. While moving furniture, consider decluttering.  Keep the environment neat and simple while keeping your parent’s living space to their liking.
  • Take a trip down memory lane and have your parent pass on items to family and friends so they may enjoy them too. Loved ones can inherit items while mom or dad is still alive and well.

Senior in home care services professionals recommend making your parent a part of this process to the best of their ability. They should enjoy seeing the transformation from the winter blues to the springtime bounty of color. In fact, add some color to their home to top off the transition.


Main Office | 1137 Lyons Rd Dayton, OH 45458

PH: (937) 528-1962 | FAX: 888-742-1146 | ContactUs@GoldenHeartOhio.com

Mason Office | 991 Reading Rd., #3, Mason, OH 45040-1360

PH: (513) 273-7056 | ContactUs@GoldenHeartOhio.com

Golden Heart Home Care of Dayton, OH and Mason, OH provides in home care and senior care to the following cities: Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Brookville, Centerville, Clayton, Dayton, Eaton, Englewood, Enon, Farmersville, Franklin, Germantown, Huber Heights, Kettering, Lebanon, Lewisburg, Mason, Miami Township, Miamisburg, Middletown, Monroe, Moraine, New Carlisle, Oakwood, Riverside, Springboro, Springfield, Sugarcreek Township, Sugarcreek, Tipp City, Troy, Union, Vandalia, Washington Township, Waynesville, West Carrollton, West Chester, West Milton, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Xenia, & Yellow Springs, Ohio