home healthcare

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

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

Preventing Caregiver Fatigue With Angels on Call Homecare

Caregiver fatigue, also known as caregiver burnout, is a serious concern for those who care for sick or aging loved ones. The stress of caring for another person can lead to physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion. This is a concern for the mental health of the caregiver as well as the safety and wellbeing of… read more

Skilled Nursing For Post-Operative Care

Skilled nursing is needed to aid recovery period following major surgery, wound, accident or operation demands excessive care and nourishment. As the body strives to return back to normal, it needs adequate care, support, exercise, and moral strength. Slowly and steadily, as the patient makes efforts to resume his/her routine, efficient recovery can ensure effective… read more