About Cynthia Ferris

Cynthia has a long history of serving others. As she and her husband traveled the US and overseas while he served in the military, Cynthia worked in a variety of public service positions with city governments and non-profits. After her husband retired, they returned to the DFW area to be closer to family. As an only child, Cynthia was preparing to help care for her aging parents but was stunned when both parents were diagnosed with cancer. At the same time, she and her husband were faced with the care of his father on the west coast which presented the unique challenges of long-distance care. These events led to a crash course in the senior care industry and her unending dedication to helping seniors and families in similar circumstances.
17 05, 2018

Help! My Aging Relative Won’t Eat Greens

2018-07-28T11:40:17+00:00

Elder Care in Flower Mound TX: It’s safe to say that everyone could stand to include a few more leafy greens in their daily diet. However, many people find it challenging to include foods like kale, spinach, chard, collard greens, romaine lettuce, arugula and lots of other leafy greens to everyday meals.

Help! My Aging Relative Won’t Eat Greens2018-07-28T11:40:17+00:00
19 04, 2018

3 Reasons Hiring Home Care May Be the Best Choice for Your Senior Parent

2018-06-07T11:55:32+00:00

Caregivers in Frisco TX: Do you hire a caregiver for your aging dad? Do you save money and provide the care he needs by yourself? It's a tough decision that ultimately only you and your dad can make together.

3 Reasons Hiring Home Care May Be the Best Choice for Your Senior Parent2018-06-07T11:55:32+00:00
23 02, 2018

What Do Changes in One Federal Elder Abuse Regulation Mean to Your Parents?

2018-06-07T11:59:38+00:00

Senior Care in Argyle TX: Most elder abuse laws remain in effect, but one is changing and it's upsetting many families. In the latter months of 2017, these changes became apparent.

What Do Changes in One Federal Elder Abuse Regulation Mean to Your Parents?2018-06-07T11:59:38+00:00
8 02, 2018

Are There Foods That Can Improve Bone Health?

2018-06-07T12:00:36+00:00

Caregivers in The Colony TX: According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 54 million people in the United States are affected by osteoporosis, a condition that weakens bones, making them break more easily. Fractures related to osteoporosis most often occur in the hip, spine, or wrist.

Are There Foods That Can Improve Bone Health?2018-06-07T12:00:36+00:00