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Why Laughter is the Best Medicine

We’ve all heard the saying “laughter is the best medicine.” But it turns out that it’s more than a cliché… Read more »

How to Convince a Parent to Go to Therapy

Convincing a parent to go to therapy can be challenging. Despite your best efforts, you may come up short to… Read more »

Why American Sign Language (ASL) Is a Good Skill for Home Caregivers

Learning American Sign Language (ASL) can make a world of difference for home caregivers and their patients. It opens the… Read more »

How to Read Your Patient’s Body Language

A patient may communicate with you without saying a word. If you understand how to read a patient’s body language,… Read more »

How to Work with Patients Who Refuse Therapy

You work diligently to provide patients with therapy. However, there can be times when patients refuse therapy. This makes it… Read more »

Alzheimer’s and Dementia Warning Signs

Memory loss can affect a person’s ability to live life to the fullest extent. It can also be one of… Read more »

How to Calm an Angry Patient

There are times when a patient can get angry. In these instances, a home care worker or nurse must act… Read more »

Tips to Manage Triggers for Alzheimer’s and Dementia Patients

Certain things can trigger behavioral changes in Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. However, with the right approach to potential triggers, home… Read more »

Recognizing Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

June marks Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month. This global initiative raises awareness about Alzheimer’s disease globally — and you can… Read more »

Talking with Loved Ones That Decline Home Care Assistance

You may believe an aging parent requires home care assistance. At this point, your parent may be skeptical and decline… Read more »