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The Growing Need for Caregivers

According to the new Caregiving in the U.S. 2015 report from the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, it discovered that over the past year “about 43.5 million American adults worked as unpaid caregivers, the bulk of them to an adult age 50 or older.” Furthermore, the study found that while family caregivers are usually women around 50 years of age and that their caregiving duties are for a relative; caregivers come from a variety of ages and backgrounds and are both men and women. 305 more words

Home Health Care Agency


Mom and Dad, married almost 60 years, are not used to having a conversation. After several strokes, she pretty much gave up on full sentences about her thoughts, and would sleep away most of the day. 195 more words

Lower fees for home care demanded by consumers

The introduction of consumer directed care (CDC) into the home care sector in Australia has seen a fundamental shift in the delivery of in-home care and challenged organisations and consumer of care to re-look at the ‘business’ of home care. 632 more words

Aged Care

Short Distance vs Long Distance Caregiving – How are they similar

Whether you are the caregiver for a loved one around the corner or you care for a loved 5 states away, they have some things in common. 218 more words

Alzheimer's Care

Marketing and Operations of a Home Health Agency

Few markets are more saturated than Houston, TX for Home Health companies.  In rough numbers there are close to 1200 licenses for home health agencies… 271 more words

Alzheimer's Care

Celebrating the Family Caregiver

We want to hear you stories.  There are 43.5 million adult family caregivers caring for someone over 50+ years of age!

All over this country there are family members… 144 more words

Alzheimer's Care

How to Reduce the Risk of Falls in the Elderly

Safety Tips – Senses

  • Correct visual/ eye problems: timely cataract surgery, corrective lenses and glasses all help in improving stability and confidence of the elderly patient…
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Alzheimer's Care