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    New to Caregiving? Learn How to Get Started

    New to Caregiving? Learn How to Get Started

    If you've decided to pursue a path as a caregiver, it's important to know there are several ways to arrive at your goal. You may have considered starting as a volunteer for a neighbor or family member, or you may have

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    How to Cope With Grouchy Clients!

    At some point in your career as a medical professional, you'll likely have to deal with grouchy clients. While it is understandable that pain, loss and anxiety may be at the center of their behavior, it doesn't make it

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    Home Care vs. Nursing Homes: Why Home Care is the Best Choice For Your Loved One

    When caring for your loved one by yourself becomes too much for you to do alone, you may be wondering if using in-home care or a nursing home is the best way they will receive safe and supportive care. While many

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    How to Talk to Your Parents About In-Home Care

    As your parents grow older, you may find yourself in a position of role reversal where you are suddenly needed to care for your parents. No one is ever truly ready for this event, but if your parents do require in-home

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    4 Ways to Help Your Clients Deal With Stress

    Declining health and the need for in-home health care can add stress to anyone's family. As an in-home healthcare provider, you are caring for clients and their families who may be looking to you to help them find

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    5 Tips to Make Your In-Home Care Transition Easier

    5 Tips to Make Your In-Home Care Transition Easier

    Your loved ones are especially vulnerable at times of transition. Unfortunately, this can lead to care fragmentation, miscommunication, and a lack of follow-up. Each of these factors may result in oversight in diagnosis

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    5 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Client

    5 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Client

    There are all kinds of reasons it may be difficult to connect with your client. Whether your client is much older than you or comes from a different culture, it is important to find a way to connect and engage. In no

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    Exploring Music Therapy in The Home

    Exploring Music Therapy in The Home

    Music has a healing power that researchers have found is effective for those who have dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Music therapy is a non-pharmacological approach that includes singing and listening to music. It's

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    5 Ways to "Fall-Proof" Your Client’s Home

    The consequences of falling can be damaging. According to the National Council on Aging, they are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries, threatening safety, independence, and generating economic and personal

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    5 Ways to "Fall-Proof" Your Client’s Home

    The consequences of falling can be damaging. According to the National Council on Aging, they are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries, threatening safety, independence, and generating economic and personal

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