The prospect of losing your vision can be a scary one. We depend so much on our eyes and what they tell us about the world around us. Aside from showing us the beauty around us, our eyes tell us of the dangers ahead, such as a dangling electrical cord or an over-boiling pot.Read More
Rachel RandolphScheduling Coordinator
You might already know Rachel because she’s one of our Scheduling Coordinators and On-Call Manager. She’s also a warm, relational person who makes people feel at ease when talking to her.
Rachel has extensive experience in non-medical home care. She spent many years as an in-home caregiver serving clients from all walks of life.
Rachel has an associates degree in Human Services and a professional certificate in Substance Abuse and Counseling Certificate. She’s also a Domestic Violence Advocate.
Rachel loves her work at North River because it allows her to help clients who may need additional resources or services to enhance their quality of life.
Each year, one out of three adults age 65 and older falls, the leading cause of both fatal and non-fatal injuries among seniors, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Knowing what can be done around the house to help prevent or reduce the risk of falls can save a senior from the emergency room or worse.Read More
Did you know that roughly 25% of senior citizens take more than 3 pills per day? With most seniors taking some kind of medication necessary for their health, it’s an unfortunate reality that many do not take their medication as prescribed. Here are a few suggestions on how to remember to take medications on time for you or your loved one:Read More