Category Archives: Caring for a Veteran

New Definitions of Pressure Wounds

WARNING: Some images might prove upsetting to viewers.  Pressure ulcers, aka pressure sores or bed sores, normally develop of the bony areas of the body like the heels, hips or cheek bone, ankles, ears, elbows, etc..  These sores are caused … Continue reading

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School for Military Caregivers of Veterans

PsychArmor Institute’s School for Military Veteran Caregivers and Families, sponsored by USAA, contains over a dozen free, on-demand, self-paced courses to empower those who care for our Veterans. These courses can help caregivers and families develop skills and knowledge to … Continue reading

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Home Fitness Business for Aging in Place

In-Home Fitness Solutions clients are offered individualized services based on their fitness goals and current health status, according to Tyler Dukes, who assesses patients and comes up with a plan, often with the inclusion of family members. After seeing skilled nursing … Continue reading

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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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