What is a caregiver? What do they do? These are common questions for many who are unfamiliar with home health services and could even have some experience as a caregiver themselves. A caregiver is simply a person who provides care for another.
Springtime is here and that means it’s finally time to start Spring cleaning!
When you are looking for care for yourself or a loved one the starting point and variety of options can be daunting. There are many misconceptions about what home care is and how it works.
Sometimes asking for help is not an easy task. As we age, there are many natural changes and challenges we face. These changes may be emotional or physical and present unique obstacles to daily activities. When it is time to start researching solutions, finding help may look daunting. It is easy to get overwhelmed with information and it is important to understand your options to find the best fit for your unique needs. You may have heard of the terms nursing homes, assisted living, and home care before. Let’s dive into the differences of each one to better understand what they are!
The New Year is right around the corner and people are often brainstorming their next resolution. In order to achieve your next goal, it is wise to choose something that can be easily tracked as you work towards it.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic it has been an uphill battle for families who have loved ones being cared for in living facilities. Many facilities were directly impacted by the virus or located in highly affected area and visits came to a halt.
As Nurses or Social Workers working with patients on the road to recovery from the hospital or rehab, or working with seniors trying to maintain as much independence as possible at home, you understand better than anyone that the transition home is far more complex than your patients or families understand.