The Rise of RSV: Understanding the Silent Threat

The Rise of RSV: Understanding the Silent Threat Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is a common respiratory infection that affects people of all ages, but it can be particularly dangerous for infants, older adults, and those with weakened immune systems. It is often passed from person to person through close contact, making it difficult to prevent […]

National Family Caregivers’ Month

National Family Caregivers’ Month This month is National Family Caregivers’ Month. It is a time to recognize and honor family caregivers across the country and raise awareness about caregiving issues. Family caregivers play a significant role in their loved ones’ health and well-being, and their contributions are crucial to both the recipients of care and […]

Life after TBI: Changes and Challenges

While timely medical care and intensive rehabilitation can make a huge difference in quality of life for a person who has experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI), for many survivors there remains a reality that both themselves and their loved ones must accept…that life in some ways will be changed forever. The difference between how […]

What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?

According to the Center for Disease Control, the CDC, 2.9 million people suffer from brain injury every year, resulting in 56,000 deaths, 288,000 hospitalizations, and 2.5 million trips to the emergency room. Oftentimes, we expect brain injuries to arise from car accidents, mishaps on construction sites, or major accidents, but slips and falls around the […]

Life After Aphasia- What Next?

Aphasia impairs the expression and understanding of language as well as reading and writing. About 1 million people in the United States currently have aphasia, and nearly 180,000 Americans acquire it each year. Aphasia usually occurs suddenly, often following a stroke or head injury, but it may also develop slowly, as the result of a […]

Bringing Brain Injury Care Home

Returning home following a brain injury – regardless of severity – can be complex. It can be emotional, exciting, overwhelming, and even exhausting for both the individual, their family, and if present, their caregiver(s). If you are caring for a client, partner, spouse, child, relative, or close friend with a traumatic brain injury (TBI), preparing […]

Understanding Colorado Medicaid 

Medicaid is a Federal and State program that provides healthcare coverage to lower-income individuals and families. Understanding the Medicaid application can be challenging because each state manages its own program differently, making it even more difficult to understand the benefits, services, and application process. Andrea’s Angels Inc. understands that Medicaid is a critical lifeline for […]

Independent Living Skills Training (ILST): A breakdown

Experiencing any trauma can be challenging, especially when it affects the brain. Though it can feel isolating, a traumatic brain injury is not something we have to face alone. Independent Living Skills Training (ILST) is a Medicaid program specifically designed for those who have experienced a traumatic or acquired brain injury to learn the skills […]

Andrea’s Angels: Who we are, and how we care for you

At Andrea’s Angels Inc., our mission is to provide peace of mind and improve quality of life by offering our clients the highest level of care, compassion, and professionalism possible. With a focus on safety, quality, client choice, and satisfaction, we strive to exceed expectations by providing an integrated approach to home care that retains […]