Lone Wolf vs. Having a Team

Lone Wolf vs. Having a Team

Being a Lone-Wolf vs. Having a Team We’ve all had times when the prospect of “going it alone” seemed enticing. Being a lone wolf is even a staple of culture in some respects, with such mantras as “If you want something done right, then do it...
Hidden Costs: Feeling Burnt Out as a Caregiver

Hidden Costs: Feeling Burnt Out as a Caregiver

Caregivers are the raw energy input that keeps an adult family home and its residents thriving and at optimal health. Both the AFH business and its residents benefit directly from the tireless efforts of the caregivers and business owners. But what happens when the...
Looking Forward To 2022

Looking Forward To 2022

Affecting Positive Change and Moving Forward During 2020, the turmoil of the COVID-19 pandemic spotlighted serious issues plaguing the senior care industry. Our team at Adult Family Home (AFH) Senior Care (AFHSC) took the chaos in our stride as we have steadily...

Vice President of Healthcare, Doctor Stephen Morris

AFH Senior Care would like to welcome Doctor Stephen C. Morris, MD, MPH, from the University of Washington to our team. Dr. Stephen Morris brings a wealth of experience about the health care system to AFH Senior Care. Dr. Morris is the head of Emergency medicine at...
Seniors and Vitamin B12

Seniors and Vitamin B12

One important role for aging well is that of good nutrition and making sure that the levels of nutrients is adequate. You may not know this, but many seniors develop a serious deficiency with one particular vitamin even when they eat a healthy diet and take a daily...
Alzheimer’s: How Music Can Unlock the Mind

Alzheimer’s: How Music Can Unlock the Mind

While the study of how to treat Alzheimer’s disease is an ongoing process, there have been major breakthroughs in recent years in how to help adults afflicted with Alzheimer’s feel more joy and peace in their lives. One of the most significant of these breakthroughs...