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Senior Care: The Return of the Flu Season

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We think of the flu as simply one of those infections we normally get every year. But that’s not the case for the senior population. Older individuals have a higher risk of suffering from the more severe symptoms of the flu. This is why the caregivers in our home health agency in Chula Vista, California make it a mission to keep their patients warm and healthy during the peak season of the flu virus.

If you’re caring for a senior loved one, you may be wondering what you can do to protect your loved one from the virus. Modern Home Health Care, Inc. is here to give you a few practical tips that you can use to reduce the risk of your loved one catching the flu:

  • Get annual vaccination for the flu
  • During the flu season, avoid crowded areas
  • Eat healthy, balanced meals every day and make sure your loved one does too
  • Keep yourself healthy
  • Regularly disinfect frequently touched or used objects and surfaces to get rid of bacteria and viruses

Prevention is key, especially if you’re a senior. One other way to reduce the risk of infection is investing in home healthcare in California. Here, a caregiver can provide assistance to your loved one while you handle all your other responsibilities.

Should your loved one suffer from the severe symptoms of the flu, don’t panic. Our skilled nursing in California is here and ready to provide all the special care your loved one needs.

Home health in San Diego is here to make sure your senior is well-protected from the flu virus and other bacteria that received a boost from the cold season.

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