Autism Home Care

Autism is a complex disorder that affects a person’s ability to communicate with and relate to others as well as to experience sound, touch and visual stimulation. Approximately one in every 166 people has it, and four out of every five of these people are boys....

The Benefits of Nurse Assistants

Many people, by reason of advanced age, physical disability or mental deficiency, find themselves in need of home supervision. They may no longer be able to remember to take the medication for their physical condition, make their medical appointments, carry out daily...

Signs of Caregiver Burnout

The tasks of caring for an elderly patient can add up quickly, leaving a caregiver exhausted and stressed out. Even professionals who spend most of the day with a senior with Alzheimer’s or another dementia can experience a certain degree of caregiver burnout....

What is Home Care and Why it Matters

Personal home care includes a range of medical, social, assistive and other services, which are given to an individual in their own home. This typically occurs when a person needs follow‐up care after a hospital visit or requires long term care due to aging or an...

How to Transition from Hospital to Home Care

Returning home from a hospital stay can be challenging for many seniors. Many older adults struggle to manage their medications and make follow-up doctor’s appointments as well as obtain the physical assistance and support they may require. As a result, many older...