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    Home Care 101: How Can You Get Your Loved-One Home Care?

    Home Care 101: How Can You Get Your Loved-One Home Care?

    You might find yourself in need of in-home care following an injury, fall, or heart attack that happens unexpectedly, or this may have been an event you've been planning for several months. Home health care is designed

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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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    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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    Great “LifeHacks” For Any Caregiver

    Great “LifeHacks” For Any Caregiver

    It's helpful to remember the people being cared for at home are likely having trouble with the situation. By maintaining compassion and empathy, you can find common ground and often share joy and laughter. Here are a

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    You Need Help: Understanding Your Need for Professional In-Home Care

    You Need Help: Understanding Your Need for Professional In-Home Care

    In the beginning, it may have been easy to care for your loved one at home. Bringing a meal two or three times a week or helping clean the house may not have taken many hours. However, as time marches on, it may become

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    Checklist: How to Break Down Your Family’s Need for In-Home Care

    Checklist: How to Break Down Your Family’s Need for In-Home Care

    Given the option, most seniors would choose to stay at home. However, there are times when this may not be safe any longer. While it may seem like a straightforward question and answer to you, asking your loved one to

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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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    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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    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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    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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