How to Keep Yourself and Your Patients Healthy This Year

Are you and your patients ready for cold and flu season? Educating yourself and others about the best ways to… Read more »

How Compassion and Understanding Will Make You a Better Caregiver for the Elderly

As you embark on your journey as a caregiver for the elderly, embracing compassion and understanding can play an important… Read more »

Empathy vs. Sympathy: Understanding the Difference When Working with Elderly Patients

Are you new to the home care field? As you get acclimated with this exciting and rewarding career path, you’ll… 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 »

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 »

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 »

Give Your In-Home Patients a Taste of Spring

Spring has arrived! Now’s a great time to let your elderly in-home patients enjoy all the season has to offer.… Read more »

Managing Long-Distance Home Care for Your Loved One

It can be challenging to manage long-distance home care for your loved one. Yet, with the right approach, you can… Read more »

Communication Tips When Speaking With Your Patient’s Family Members

How a home care provider communicates with a patient’s family members is key. If a provider clearly disseminates information, a… Read more »