If the world has learned anything in this challenging year, it is that our health is paramount. In fact, many would agree that the when the history books recount 2020, the heroes and heroines will be healthcare workers. Despite the risks, doctors, nurses, and caregivers continue to work to treat those impacted by the Covid-19…

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One of the more grievous aspects of life is having to say goodbye to a loved one or client. Sometimes the loss is unexpected (due to an accident or an acute illness). In other instances, your loved one or client’s chronic condition contributes to a steady decline, resulting in his or her eventual passing. Either…

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If you are one of the millions of caregivers who is spending more time at home due to the pandemic, you might feel like you are going to climb the walls. Yet, it is possible to stay healthy while you are at home. For example, you might consider designing a plan that includes a variety…

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  We have picked up on a few trends that seem to be rapidly changing the way long-term care organizations approach their services. The following are some of the newest trends in family caregiving and how you can adapt to them. Please check out our new video.  

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It has happened to most of us, especially those who work in settings where social distancing is difficult: someone in your inner circle tested positive for COVId-19, so you must self-isolate. When you are a caregiver, there can be a dilemma about your next steps. Of course, your loved one or clients’ safety should come…

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November is National Family Caregiver’s Month. We hope that you take a moment to honor caregivers! “There are only four kinds of people in the world: those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers.” —Rosalynn Carter, 39th First Lady of the United…

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Caring for an aging parent can be challenging. As a caregiver, you play a vital role in taking care of your loved one by understanding the demands on your time and mental well-being. Undoubtedly, caregiving is a satisfying experience, but it also comes with various daily challenges. The following are tips on how you might…

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When you apply for a position in healthcare, potential employers are looking at more than your training and employment history. While your clinical experience and skills are obviously important, your “soft” skills or personality traits are just as important. These are essential attributes that you will use to work with your patients, colleagues, and peers.…

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