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    Best Ways to Help Seniors Cope With Loneliness

    Best Ways to Help Seniors Cope With Loneliness

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 28% of those over 65 live alone and as people get older, the likelihood of living alone increases. Isolation and loneliness are associated with a higher risk of mortality, poor

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    Easy Ways You Can Make Sure Your Patient is Getting the Proper Nutrition

    Easy Ways You Can Make Sure Your Patient is Getting the Proper Nutrition

    Missing out on proper nutrition increases the risk of illness and disease. For elderly or disabled patients who are housebound and already at risk, malnutrition may prove to be the tipping point. In some cases, your

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    New to Caregiving? Here is How You Can Beat the Learning Curve

    New to Caregiving? Here is How You Can Beat the Learning Curve

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    How Can You Prepare Your Loved One For In-Home Care?

    How Can You Prepare Your Loved One For In-Home Care?

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    How You Can Better Understand the Behavior of Your Patients With Dementia

    How You Can Better Understand the Behavior of Your Patients With Dementia

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    Don’t Overstep: 5 Signs You Are Doing Too Much

    Don’t Overstep: 5 Signs You Are Doing Too Much

    Do you think it's possible to care too much for your client? Today, many elderly would like to spend their last years at home, surrounded by their memories and family. To achieve this, many seniors hire an in-home

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    Tell-Tale Signs Your Parents Need In-Home Care

    Tell-Tale Signs Your Parents Need In-Home Care

    As your parents age, you are suddenly placed into the position of being the caregiver. Where once you were the child, you now become the parent. Aging is complex and inevitable. As you begin to see signs of

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    Bedridden After Surgery? An In-Home Nurse Could Be a Perfect Fit

    Bedridden After Surgery? An In-Home Nurse Could Be a Perfect Fit

    After having a major operation or facing being confined to bed after surgery, you may question whether in-home care is needed or wanted. At times, your health may be in a delicate balance, but with a little work and a

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    The Ultimate In-Home HealthCare Safety Checklist

    The Ultimate In-Home HealthCare Safety Checklist

    It's easy to be accustomed to what makes our house a home, without realizing an area rug or floor vase may pose a safety hazard for someone we love. This safety list is a checklist of items you may consider as you walk

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    Communication is Key: 4 Things You Should be Telling Your Parent’s Caregiver

    Communication is Key: 4 Things You Should be Telling Your Parent’s Caregiver

    Communication is key in any relationship, and crucial in the relationship between contract staff and the patient's loved ones. The relationship between an in-home caregiver and the patient's family isn't always

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