Spring 2024

Home Care News by Angels


Nothing ever seems impossible in the spring, you know.


Spring Dates to Note:

  • Tuesday, March 19—First Day of Spring
  • Sunday, March 31—Easter
  • Monday, April 1—April Fool's Day
  • Monday, April 15—Tax Day
  • Monday, April 22—Earth Day
  • Monday, April 22—Passover Begins
  • Sunday, May 5: Cinco de Mayo
  • Sunday, May 12: Mother's Day
  • Monday, May 27: Memorial Day
  • Friday, June 14: Flag Day
  • Sunday, June 16: Father's Day
  • Wednesday, June 19: Juneteenth
  • Thursday, June 20: First Day of Summer

Thank you for reading this issue of "Home Care News by Angels"! We look forward to hearing your comments and suggestions about our newsletter—please email us at info@njseniorcare.com.

6 Reasons Seniors May Lose Their Appetite

As seniors age, they sometimes struggle with eating or appear to lose their appetite altogether. Many reasons could be the culprit, but these 6 common causes may be why.


3 Tips for Seniors and Family Caregivers to Get Better Sleep

A lack of quality sleep may make you feel sluggish, distracted, anxious, sad, or irritable. Sleep deprivation can affect your immune system and can increase the risk of complications related to chronic illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease.These 3 strategies may help you get better sleep.


Gadget Corner

Our Gadget Corner features unique products which have extra benefits for the senior population.*

Convertible Cane with Seat: The Darza adjustable seat cane is a lightweight solution for those who need both a cane as well as a brief place to sit. Perfect for traveling, concerts, or long shopping excursions. Weighing only 2.2 lbs, this cane seat will hold up to 250 lbs. and is height adjustable. Also included are a carrying bag and seat cover. Visit Amazon.com to read reviews and watch a product video.

Motion-Activated Soap Dispenser Nightlight. Bring a soothing glow to your bathroom in the dark with the Soap Brite dispenser. Works with all liquid soaps and lotions. Choose from 7 nightlight colors; requires 3 AAA batteries. The motion sensor detects motion up to 10 foot and only activates when dark. For more information, visit AsSeenOnTVLive.com.

*Visiting Angels does not endorse or recommend any commercial products, processes, or services. Items shown are for informational purposes only.

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We’re Delighted to Hear from Families About Our Exceptional Care!

A 5-Star Review:

"I have been using Visiting Angels for the past 6 weeks for my elderly father that requires a companion for a few hours during the day. I was referred to the service by a coworker that also uses the company for her in-laws. I would def recommend the services, my father's home health aide is wonderful!"

—MT, Browns Mills

Visit our Client Reviews page to read more terrific testimonials!

Celebrating Our Hardworking Employees

We are so proud of our wonderful, hard-working employees who go beyond the call of duty. Below is why our Angels are so special...

Veronica T: Veronica has been chosen to receive our employee recognition award for the Spring season; she has been with Visiting Angels since May 2021. Our clients appreciate her empathy, kindness, and her ability to connect with them. Many feel she has become like a part of their family! Her caring attitude helps her patiently guide challenging behaviors; her professionalism also shows in her dedication to consistently clocking in/out and submitting required weekly duty sheets.

We appreciate and thank you, Veronica!

Read about our past Angels Who Soar...

Senior Humor


What falls, but never needs a bandage? The rain.

What goes up when the rain comes down? Umbrellas!

What type of a bow can't be tied or untied? A rainbow.

I tried to catch the fog, but I mist.

What did the dirt say to the rain? If you keep this up, my name will be mud!

What do bees wear in the rain? Their yellow jackets.

What do clouds wear during spring rain showers? Thunderwear.

How can you tell the weather's warming up? There's a spring in people's step.

What do you call a deer who enjoys playing in the rain? A reindeer.

What kind of bow looks best when it's wet? A rainbow.

When is it impossible to plant spring flowers? When you haven't botany.

Daylight saving time is on its way...everyone is losing sleep over it.

Who said time travel was impossible? Every spring, I go ahead an hour.

Angel Recipes

Sunday Brunch Casserole

Bacon, eggs, cheese, and hash brown potatoes make this a delicious brunch crowd-pleaser! Read the recipe here.

Spring Celebrity Birthdays 50+

Mark-Paul Gosselaar, 50, March 1

Ron Howard, 70, March 1

Roger Daltrey, 80, March 1

Catherine O'Hara, 70, March 4

Eva Mendes, 50, March 5

Jenna Fischer, 50, March 7

Wanda Sykes, 60, March 7

Rob Lowe, 60, March 17

Alyson Hannigan, 50, Mar 24

Lark Voorhies, 50, March 25

Diana Ross, 80, March 26

Ian Ziering, 60, March 30

Russell Crowe, 60, Apr 7

Jackie Chan, 70, April 7

Dennis Quaid, 70, April 9

Victoria Beckham, 50, April 17

Hank Azaria, 60, April 25

Penelope Cruz, 50, April 28

Jerry Seinfeld, 70, April 29

Stephen Colbert, 60, May 13

George Lucas, 80, May 14

Danny Trejo, 80, May 16

Jewel, 50, May 23

Patti LaBelle, 80, May 24

Lenny Kravitz, 60, May 26

Gladys Knight, 80, May 28

Wynonna Judd, 60, May 30

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Visiting Angels is a New Jersey-licensed, non-medical in-home care company committed to providing an exceptional level of security, comfort, and peace of mind to our clients and their families.

Our certified home health professionals are ready to provide assistance with activities of daily living to seniors, adults with disabilities, those recovering from surgery, and to those who have memory issues. Visiting Angels' services help families spend more mutually-rewarding and meaningful time with their loved ones and also helps provides peace of mind to those who face the challenges of long-distance caregiving.

Our services include tasks such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, errands, shopping, hygiene assistance, bathing, dressing, and grooming care. Visiting Angels' in-home care helps make it possible for seniors and other adults to continue living at home safely. License HP0107200.