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Senior Care Mt. Laurel NJ: Great Article on Discusses Seniors and Vision-Threatening Eye Disorders

Senior Care Mt. Laurel NJ: Great Article on Discusses Seniors and Vision-Threatening Eye Disorders 2019Today, Wednesday June 20,’s writer Meeri Kim posted a great article about senior American’s and vision-threatening eye disorders. Please share with senior adults in your life! Below is an excerpt and a link to the full article.

“The last 10 years have seen a dramatic rise in the percentage of older Americans afflicted with vision-threatening eye disorders, as seen in new data released by Prevent Blindness America in partnership with the National Eye Institute and Johns Hopkins University.

“I think it’s alarming that the prevalence rates are rising because these are devastating diseases,” says Richard S. Kaiser, a retina surgeon at Wills Eye Institute. “It’s one thing to talk about a population, and describe a population with a disease, but … when you are with these people day in and day out, it is heartbreaking to have to diagnose them with these conditions.””……

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Andrew Dubler

Home to Stay Health Care Solutions (H2S) is a solutions minded, non-medical home care company enabling seniors and disabled members of our community to stay at home.
Home to Stay Senior Care Solutions is owned and operated by the Dubler and Skole Families and was started because of experiences they had with their own Families. In one situation Mom was living alone and had a fall. It was not until this fall that the family realized they were unprepared.

When it was time for their Mom to come home, she needed companion and personal care to assist her and prevent another accident. Like most people in this situation, they were confused and did not know where to go for help. It was this life-changing experience that lead to starting a home care company that is focused on enabling those who wish to stay at home and age in place.
Andrew Dubler