How to Assist When a Senior is Dealing with Incontinence
According to the CDC, roughly half of all older adults live with urinary incontinence. For many seniors, incontinence can be messy, uncomfortable, or embarrassing. If you are assisting an aging loved one with bladder control issues, these incontinence care tips will help keep them more comfortable, confident, and active.
Why Choose a Career in Home Health Care?
If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others, a career in home health care might be your calling – one that could help reignite the motivational spark that once burned deep inside your body.
How to Respond to Behavior Changes of Loved Ones with Dementia
How can you best respond to behavior changes and better manage a loved one with dementia whose thinking is also changing? Here are nine tips that will help.
Why Many Veterans Are Choosing Home Care as Their Next Career
Home healthcare agencies love hiring veterans, and many of them are choosing home care as their next career. What is it that is drawing our vets to this life-changing career? Here are five reasons
What if I Suspect My Mother Has Dementia?
Mom’s forgetfulness has now reached the point you suspect she has dementia. What should you do? When you’re dealing with aging in a place loved ones may have dementia, providing them with the care they need can be challenging. But doing so is possible when you use this approach.
Value of Caregivers to the Aging Population
The value of professional caregivers cannot be overstated. It's a career that really makes a difference in the lives of many seniors! See if it's a good fit for you.
5 Tips for Managing a Senior’s Care from Long-Distance
How can you best manage a senior’s care from a long long-distance? Here are five tips to help you manage your loved one’s care when you live too far away.
Top 10 Secrets About Being a Happy Professional Caregiver
As a professional caregiver serving on the front lines, here are ten secrets to staying positive even on the worst of days.