home healthcare

Angel’s Response to COVID-19: Caring For New York’s Most Vulnerable

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At Angels on Call Homecare, our top priority is, and always has been, the health and safety of our patients. As a local Homecare agency serving Putnam County and the surrounding area, our care providers specialize in the medical and non-medical care of the sick, disabled, and elderly of our community. Our caregivers and companions… read more

5 Tips to Managing Alzheimer’s Disease at Home

Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative disorder that can take on many forms and cause a variety of cognitive changes. For friends, families, and caregivers, Alzheimer’s disease can be incredibly frustrating to manage at home. This is due mostly to the cognitive decline in once capable loved ones that don’t seem to be consistent. One day… read more

5 Tips For Successful Wound Care Management At Home

When you are discharged from the hospital with a wound, it can feel overwhelming to go home and manage it on your own when you’ve been getting the gold-star treatment from the nursing staff. But, not to worry, when you go home, managing your wound care can be quite simple if you follow our 5… read more

4 Safety Tips to Keep Your Loved One Home Longer

It should come as no surprise that the majority of Americans have no desire to ever live in a retirement community, assisted living facility, or nursing home. However, it is also true that in their middle-ages, most Americans can not fathom experiencing physical or mental decline that would require them to need around-the-clock care. These… read more

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