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Does Your Caregiver Need A Break?

By Heather Brown
May 11, 2015

Caregivers will go through many emotions during their job of caring for someone dependent on them. Caring for someone every day is an extremely demanding situation and will take its toll on you both mentally and physically. If you do not take care of yourself, you will not be healthy enough to provide care for ...

5 Signs of Alzheimer’s Before Memory Loss

By Heather Brown
March 18, 2015

Alzheimer’s disease occurs is the elderly typically before the age of 65. Knowing the signs, before Alzheimer’s occurs can help with early treatment to help slow down the development of the disease so you or a love one can live as long as possible with as much memory and quality to life as possible.  1. ...

Avoid Skin Breakdown at Your Assisted Living

By Heather Brown
March 16, 2015

As an administrator of a personal home care facility, assisted living facility or adult family homes, you might have seen signs of skin breakdown in most if not all of your clients. Old people and incapacitated individuals stand the highest risks of getting skin breakdowns. This is because they rarely move or they spend the better ...

Know the Warning Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke

By Heather Brown
February 23, 2015

Know the Warning Signs and Symptoms of a Stroke How do you know whether somebody has stroke? What should you look out for to know if one contracts stroke? Well, think F.A.S.T. The easiest way to know the most common stroke signs and symptoms is using the F.A.S.T. test which is basically 4 simple questions: ...

5 Clean Air for Better Breathing Tips for Home Health Care Patients

By Heather Brown
January 23, 2015

When you’re delivering home health care you are pretty well set with the cards you are dealt. But just because you are coming into someone else’s home doesn’t mean that you or they should have to breathe in unhealthy air. Here are 5 tips for home health care with better air. Mold: One of the ...