Manchester, NJ - October 08, 2013 - (PR.com) - Peter Mangiola, RN, MSN, Senior Health and Wellness expert, and Director of Nursing for Senior Helpers has alerted all of his clients living in Burlington, Camden, Atlantic, Gloucester & Ocean Counties, New Jersey, that cleaning isn't just a Springtime event; Fall is equally important.
Many cleaning rituals are intended to target specific unhealthy elements such as dust and pollen.
Pollen: Pollen has accumulated in many areas where there has been airflow from outside to inside. Windows are particularly susceptible to attract pockets of pollen. Clean not just your windows, but the screens and the base where dust and pollen collect.
Food And Grime: The floors of the kitchen and dining room (and furniture as well) are particularly susceptible to accumulating dust. This is especially important as a preventative measure against the risk of illness and breathing issues.
Germs: The most common places to find germs are in both the kitchen and the bathrooms.
Always use a disinfectant to wipe down all countertops and appliances. And so often it is the refrigerator which acts as the petri dish for mold and other unhealthy growing germs. Clean it out.
In your bathroom, begin with the tub, the toilet and all around the sink area. Especially pay attention to the drain catchers that are prone to germs and other toxic activity.
Senior Helpers is an award-winning company with nearly 300 franchises in 40 states that connects professional caregivers with seniors who wish to live at home as opposed to a nursing or assisted living facility. Senior Helpers strives to be the leading companion and personal care provider that offers dependable, consistent and affordable home care. The company offers a wide range of personal and companion care services to assist seniors living independently with a strong focus on quality of life for the client and peace of mind for their families.
Peter Mangiola is the director of marketing for Senior Helpers of Southern New Jersey (www.seniorhelpersnj.com). He speaks on a regular basis to senior citizen facilities, group homes and church groups. He strives to serve seniors by informing them and their families about resources, and mistakes to avoid when the elderly become limited in their choices by either health or cognitive issues.
Peter Mangiola, a registered nurse, received his degree from The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing in 1980, and since has served in Emergency, Recovery, Cardiac Care, and Electrophysiology departments, including three years as an Oncology Director and eight years as Charge Nurse for a cardiovascular nursing unit. Mr. Mangiola worked with several major hospitals as a traveling Registered Nurse, including:
· Temple University Hospital*
· Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
· The Hospital of The University of Pennsylvania
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