Senior Care During The Holidays

The holiday season is filled with laughter, joy, family, and hopefully fun. It can also be a time of stress, packed schedules, last-minute shopping, cooking, hectic travel plans, and more. For seniors, the holidays can also be a source of happiness as well as...

Consider a Nursing Career In Home Care

A career in nursing is incredibly rewarding on many fronts. However, many nurses are employed in hospital or private doctor’s offices. While these are fine avenues, there are other opportunities that are available to both Registered Nurses (RN) and Licensed Practical...

Long Distance Caregiving

Caring for a loved one can be a full-time job under the most ideal of circumstances. But what happens when the afflicted family member isn’t close by? Years ago, it was common for family members not to stray too far from where they were born and raised. In today’s...

Dementia Care in Philadelphia

Dealing with a loved one afflicted with dementia is an emotional ordeal. At Personal Health Care, we have experience in caring for patients with dementia, including its most common form; Alzheimer’s. We approach each case with individual care and attention to the...

Adjusting to Home Care

Having loved ones that are apprehensive of home care is understandable. In addition to the challenges your loved one’s medical situation presents, now they need to adjust to a new medical routine with a new set of individuals. Getting use to home care requires an...

Why A Private Nurse Makes Sense

When you or a loved one needs prolonged care, there are many options available to you. One of those options is private nursing. Private nursing offers personalized one on one solutions to a variety of medical issues. From specialized pediatric patients to Alzheimer’s...