Encouraging your clients to embrace strategies that enhance their well-being can have a positive impact in their lives. The following are five simple tips that you can use to empower your clients to attain their highest level of functioning: Address Bodily Pain Many elders experience bodily pain. The pain they experience can be the result…

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Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease are progressive disorders that result in memory loss. These chronic medical conditions generally affect individuals in middle and later life, with millions of individuals being diagnosed worldwide each year. Following a diagnosis, your family may have to make a choice regarding the care of your loved one. For example, will your…

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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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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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Do you have someone in your home who is battling a long-term illness and is dependent on you for their daily tasks? Are you one of those family caregivers who is trying hard to manage multiple tasks of providing full-time care to a loved one while fulfilling professional commitments? If the answer to these questions…

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Seven out of 10 people will require some form of long-term care in their lifetime, so it’s important to have an understanding of the different types of care along with their respective costs and ways to pay these expenses. There are five main types of senior care, which range from at-home services to moving to…

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