Category Archives: Caring for a Veteran

Two Aging in Place Careers for the 21st Century

  As the elderly population numbers rise so has the desire to age in place.  For practical reasons of finances, and personal comfort and freedom, the trend for end of life residence has been to remain at home.  Nursing home … Continue reading

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Ideas for Loving Up an Elder on Valentine’s Day

Whether you love them with all your heart or kinda just like them, you can make St. Valentine’s Day special for the elder in your care. You do not have to be crafty or clever (or have deep pockets) to … Continue reading

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Affordable Online Caregiver Certification

Caregivers are busy people.  Busy with work, life, kids and/or other important relationships, and loving care. Caregivers are also watching their wallets.  Professional caregivers do not make much money and informal family caregivers rarely make any from caregiving –  and might have … Continue reading

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What is Senior Care Auditing?

Senior Care Auditing is a new service expected to grow substantially over the next 30 years as the population of seniors sharply increases. U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration reports that “In 2050, the number of Americans aged 65 and … Continue reading

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Three steps to an excellent caregiver career

  Here’s a secret …  Great caregiving jobs are parceled out like any other type of premium personal service job.  The formula is exactly the same: Experience + Credentials + Reference (who you know/how you were referred)= You get the … Continue reading

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Caregiver? How to get respect

How to become a respected, confident and happier caregiver If you are a primary caregiver chances are you love taking care of people. You love/like frail elders or adults with special needs.  You love knowing that your work produces immediate … Continue reading

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Remote Monitoring Disappoints in Early Tests

There’s been an increasing focus on remote monitoring in the home health sector as of late, with multinational tech giant Philips (NYSE: PHG) among those betting on these types of devices. However, there’s little evidence, if any, showing they improve health outcomes, according to recent … Continue reading

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