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Jul 07 2020

You or a loved one may still need care after spending some time in the hospital. Here are some tips for transitioning from a hospital to a home. read more

Jun 23 2020

COVID-19 affects every facet of life, but none are more at risk from this pandemic than the elderly. According to the CDC, 8 out of 10 people who have died from the coronavirus in the United States have been 65 years or older. read more

Jun 22 2020

Senior care can come in a variety of forms, but in-home care might be the best option. Learn why with these reasons to choose in-home care for seniors. read more

Jun 08 2020

There are a lot of elements in play when searching for a nursing home for your loved one. Know the red flags to watch out for when choosing a nursing home. read more

May 19 2020

If your diabetic parent is aging or alone at home, then they may need some assistance. Discover some of the ways to help your parent manage diabetes. read more

May 14 2020

Our guide to the differences between home care and home health care can help you find the best option for yourself or an aging loved one who needs help at home. read more

Apr 29 2020

The recovery period is an essential part of a successful surgery. To avoid any setbacks, learn about the benefits of in-home post-surgery care. read more

Apr 23 2020

Caregiving can easily become overwhelming work, but it can be hard to see the indications at first. Here are the common signs you should consider respite care. read more

Apr 16 2020

The options for medical care for your elderly loved one may seem overwhelming. To help with your decision, know the difference between CNA and HHA. read more

Apr 01 2020

When choosing the type of care to give your loved ones, every option comes with their pros and cons. This guide will show you the better course to take. read more

Mar 25 2020

Hiring through an agency removes the challenge of finding an in-home caregiver yourself. Use these steps to ensure your loved ones get the best care possible. read more

Mar 24 2020

Choosing an in-home caregiver is an intensely personal choice for seniors and care advocates whose goals are to maintain a standard of living and independence in the home for as long as possible. In-home caregivers provide seniors with a new-found sense of freedom from the burdens of housework and personal care that prevent them from enjoying preferred activities. Relying on others for healing or the activities of daily living, can feel intimidating, impolite, or seem ungrateful to voice objections. Accepting help can also be a sensitive subject for those who are used to being self-reliant. So, how to promote self-advocacy in seniors? read more

Mar 23 2020

Is home health care tax deductible? There are a lot of requirements, conditions, and red tape to get familiar with when preparing your taxes. read more

Mar 18 2020

Parents with medically fragile kids face numerous challenges in their medical services. In-home pediatric care removes the burdens for an easier process. read more

Mar 11 2020

We feel strongly that the best place for you or your loved one right now is at home, and we feel fortunate to be able to provide the vital personalized care that allows for minimizing exposure to this virus. Our main priority is the safety and well-being of everyone in our community (clients, caregivers, administrative staff, and support networks). read more

Mar 04 2020

Our infection control and prevention strategy is comprised of three main evidence-based components: Communication, Symptom Surveillance, and Infection Prevention read more

Feb 27 2020

The difference between two types of in-home nursing care for the elderly. While hospice and home health care are similar in nature, there are stark differences between the two and when they're given. read more

Feb 27 2020

Important information to help you remain healthy and help to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the new strain of Coronavirus. read more

Feb 21 2020

Having to care for a loved one isn't easy, but people and services are ready to help. Get to know the types of home healthcare services available. read more

Jan 31 2020

Approximately 80% of seniors suffer from at least one chronic condition and 70% will need some type of long-term care in their lifetime, which makes caregiving an especially important job. But caregivers, especially informal caregivers, are vulnerable to physical and emotional stress because of the shifts in roles and emotions that come with the job. read more


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