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    Best Methods for Helping Your Parents Accept In-Home Help

    Among the hardest conversations you'll likely have with your parents is talking about accepting help at home. It places you in a role reversal you may never be truly ready for. Suddenly you're now responsible for the

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    Make Your Clients Hospital-to-Home Transition Easier

    Any time there is a transition in care the potential for gaps exists. After discharge from the hospital, many are sent home still recovering from an acute illness or injury, as well as chronic conditions they may also

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    Fun Activities for Bedridden Children

    Fun Activities for Bedridden Children

    Being confined to bed is no fun for anyone, and least of all a highly energetic youngster whose sole goal is to be moving — a lot! You probably have experienced a change in your own behavior when you've been confined to

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    How to Identify the Different Stages of Alzheimer's

    How to Identify the Different Stages of Alzheimer's

    Alzheimer's disease is a disorder of the brain that causes memory loss, changes in personality and a gradual loss of independence. It is the most common type of dementia and is progressive through three main stages of

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    Are You Too Stressed? 5 Anti-Stress Exercises for Any Caregiver

    Are You Too Stressed? 5 Anti-Stress Exercises for Any Caregiver

    Stress is a fact of life. It helps your body prepare to face danger, during which you'll experience both physical and psychological changes. However, chronic stress is not healthy and can produce chronic health

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    How Your Family Can Build a Stronger Relationship With a Loved One’s Caregiver

    How Your Family Can Build a Stronger Relationship With a Loved One’s Caregiver

    Building a strong relationship with your loved one's caregiver helps them to feel more welcomed in your home and enables them to give better care. And, while you may need to be intentional to develop a relationship with

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    5 Steps to Creating a Better Care Plan for Your Client After a Stroke

    5 Steps to Creating a Better Care Plan for Your Client After a Stroke

    Nursing care plans were developed for a reason because they work. In fact, any time you have a goal, it requires you have a plan to get there. Taking care of a client who’s had a stroke is no different. The physical and

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    Best Ways to Cope With the Decline of a Loved One, and How to Get Them Help

    Best Ways to Cope With the Decline of a Loved One, and How to Get Them Help

    When someone you love starts losing their health, it can be difficult to cope with the overwhelming feelings and recognize when it's time to get help. Oftentimes the decline is slow, and one day you may wake up and

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    How to Protect the Privacy of Your Clients While You're in Their Home

    How to Protect the Privacy of Your Clients While You're in Their Home

    As a home health care worker, it can sometimes feel like you're a guest in someone else’s home. Your clients have an expectation of privacy and at the same time have asked you into their home to perform a job. How do

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    How to Conduct a “Quality of Life” Survey for Your Loved One

    How to Conduct a “Quality of Life” Survey for Your Loved One

    No one likes the idea of losing their independence, but time stops for no one. Although your loved one may not be excited about having a stranger come into their home and help with their care, it will certainly help

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