Home Health Care

Interpreting Medical Terminology — Your Complete Home Healthcare Guide

  Is it all Greek to you? Have you found yourself navigating the healthcare world for yourself or a loved one and it seems like the information was written in another language? For the most part, patient information is written in layman’s terms at an eighth-grade comprehension level, however, when the ideas are foreign concepts,… read more

The Role of the LPN in Home Health

The licensed practical nurse (LPN) is an important part of the interdisciplinary team in the home healthcare setting. The LPN serves in a direct patient care role, interacting with and caring for the patient directly. If you are an LPN searching for a meaningful career, in-home care may be the right calling for you. If… read more

Signs Your Family Member Needs In Home Care

Someone to Watch Over Your Loved One As family members age, it is often a period of great transition. As health declines and cognitive impairment becomes more readily apparent, many elderly people are not willing to sacrifice their independence — nor should they have to! At Angels on Call Home Care, we believe that, for… read more

Roles and Responsibilities of Caregivers

The job of caregivers can be extremely demanding. Though this is true for any kind of work, at any location in the world, the fact that it is difficult to define their role precisely makes it more obvious. While most of the jobs can be discussed well with a detailed list of roles and responsibilities,… read more

When Skilled Nursing is The Answer

  Skilled nursing is caring. It is nurturing our loved ones with adequate support, assistance and affection to recover from a medical condition. Following chronic illness or a major injury, skilled nursing appears to be the viable option for the process of recovery. Though the medical challenge may have been resolved from the doctors’ end, it… read more