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    How to Deal With a Violent Patient

    How to Deal With a Violent Patient

    No matter your position or your workplace environment, you will likely have to deal with difficult or aggressive patients throughout your career. Although it may be understandable that patients who have lost their

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    Know Your Needs: How to Decide if Your Child Needs In-Home Healthcare

    Know Your Needs: How to Decide if Your Child Needs In-Home Healthcare

    Caring for children with complex medical needs is an overwhelming responsibility for parents. Sometimes primary care providers and other team members incorrectly assume the comprehensive needs of your child are being

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    The Latest Tech Trends That Will Make Home Care Easier

    The Latest Tech Trends That Will Make Home Care Easier

    In a growing world of technology, it’s not surprising there are a number of new options to make it easier for in-home healthcare providers to schedule appointments, manage patient care and improve self-care. According

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    How to Move on From Your Current In-Home HealthCare Provider

    How to Move on From Your Current In-Home HealthCare Provider

    When you work with a caregiver for yourself or a loved one, the relationship often becomes personal. In-home contract staff caregivers take care of your needs on a day-to-day basis, building bonds of intimacy that may

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    Top Benefits of Being an In-Home Caregiver

    Top Benefits of Being an In-Home Caregiver

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    Mistakes You Need to Avoid When Choosing HomeCare

    Mistakes You Need to Avoid When Choosing HomeCare

    Choosing the best homecare agency is crucial to helping your loved one who's sick or disabled. While many are trustworthy, there is some risk in letting a stranger into your home. In-home caregivers can provide a range

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    Caregiver Burnout: Signs & Coping Tips

    Caregiver Burnout: Signs & Coping Tips

    Being a caregiver can be an exhausting and difficult task. It’s important to recognize caregiver burnout and find healthy ways to cope.

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    How to Make the Holidays Special for Seniors

    How to Make the Holidays Special for Seniors

    Making the holidays special for seniors can involve such simple things as spending time together and cooking a special meal or two. Read on for tips on creating holiday meals and memories your client or senior loved one

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    Fun Crafts to Do with the Elderly During the Holidays

    Fun Crafts to Do with the Elderly During the Holidays

    Take on these simple projects with your client or aging loved one to make special holiday memories together this season. The crafts are easy and enjoyable for both caregivers and seniors!

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    How to Help Seniors Cope with the Loss of Independence

    How to Help Seniors Cope with the Loss of Independence

    A loss of independence is a fear many seniors have. When this fear is realized, there are several ways caregivers need to help.

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