Sue Henderson

Sue Henderson opened her doors for business at Connecting Hearts Home Care in 2004, after 35 years in the nursing field. During that time, she primarily worked in the area of geriatric care, where she became a strong advocate for her patients. She continually made it her goal to make sure that the patients themselves weren’t overlooked or forgotten by the process of allopathic medical care. Becoming an advocate for her patients eventually lead her to opening Connecting Hearts. Since the beginning, her unique “Client Centered Care” approach has been at the core of her business.

Caregiver helping elderly woman with dishes in kitchen

We’re here to help

Connecting Hearts has 16 years of experience serving our seniors in the Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati community. During this time of our health crisis we are here to ensure our seniors safety and well being. Our specially trained caregivers provide safety – care – comfort.  We follow the health guidelines set out for us and […]

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What is Dementia?

Dementia is not a specific disease. It is a term used to describe a wide range of symptoms associated with a decline in memory or other thinking skills that is severe enough to reduce a person’s ability to perform every day tasks. There is often no known cause. Nothing can ‘diagnose’ dementia and there is

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Dehydration: The Silent Deficiency

Symptoms of Dehydration in Elderly People Look Like Dementia

Could there be a link between dehydration and dementia? Depression? And other illnesses? The brain is 75% water!   Symptoms of dehydration When a senior is mildly dehydrated they will experience symptoms such as: Tiredness, sleepiness, laziness, fatigue, lack of energy Confusion Forgetfulness Difficulty concentrating Difficulty making decisions Dizziness and/or light-headedness Irritability and/or agitation Headaches

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Hydrate to Health

Our society is chronically dehydrated Fact: 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated.  Dehydration is a much more serious issue than people realize. At Connecting Hearts we want to raise your awareness of this issue so that you can make a more educated choice on how you can properly care for your health and hydration in

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