Home Healthcare Blog

In-Home Caregiving: A Career That Matters

There are few careers out there that are as rewarding and meaningful as those in home care. In-home caregivers do the work for others that most people reserve for their own family members —cooking, cleaning, assistance with personal care. From housekeepers to home health nurses, and everyone else on the home healthcare team, each person… read more

What to Expect From Your In-Home Companion

For most people, the idea of leaving their home when they are no longer able to completely care for themselves is a terrifying prospect. Not only does it feel like defeat or as though life is suddenly coming to an end. While this is not usually the case, moving out of your home to be… read more

6 MORE Things You Should Know About Hospice Care

Welcome back! In part one, we offered some insight and clarification about hospice services and end of life care. We received such positive feedback and welcomed inquiries that we felt it warranted a second article to continue clarifying what hospice care is and educate the public about the benefits that hospice care can offer terminally… read more

6 Things You Should Know About Hospice Care

Hospice care is end of life care, designed to help patients and their families make the transition to death. Hospice care is intended to help terminally ill patients feel more comfortable and to tend to their emotional and spiritual needs. It is a support system that focuses on the quality of life rather than the… read more

Caring For Your Aging Loved One: Options For Caregivers

If you are like the one in six Americans that have an aging loved one that you are the primary caregiver for, no matter how much you love them, it can be overwhelming at times. Whether they live in your home or you take care of them in their home, when you become a caregiver… read more

How to Talk to Your Aging Parents About Home Healthcare

It should come as no surprise that most of the population prefers to live at home as long as possible. However, it has been estimated that nearly 70 percent of those who live beyond 65 years will eventually need long-term care. Typically, this means home health care or a move to an assisted living facility… read more