Caregiving is emotional, says the CEO of Caregiver USA as he draws his own personal experience of caregiving for his late father.
If you are looking for a career that has flexibility in hours, and can even allow you to set your own price for services, caregiving can be a rewarding career.
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March has been designated National Sleep Awareness Month. One part of sleep awareness is knowing how our sleep may be affected by changes in the environment. Most of the United States returns to Daylight Saving Time beginning at 2 a.m. local time on Sunday, March 8. As we spring forward and advance our clocks one hour, it … Continue reading Got Sleep?
Prevention of Falls in the Elderly How many of you are caring for the elderly, or looking for someone who can? It's not easy. There are so many things to look out for, and so many challenges to face. One of the biggest challenges is prevention of falls in the elderly. There are many other … Continue reading Patient Safety Awareness Week-The Week that Lasts all Year
March is National Kidney Month, so let's focus on the importance of education and prevention! Anyone can get kidney disease at any time. If kidney disease is found and treated early, you can help slow or even stop it from getting worse. Most people with early kidney disease do not have symptoms. That is why … Continue reading Did you know 1 in 3 American adults is at risk for kidney disease? Take Two Simple Tests to Know Your Kidney Numbers
From our friends at the National Parkinson Foundation, Sometimes it's hard to tell that you might have Parkinson's Disease. The symptoms arise when your brain stops making an important chemical called dopamine. This chemical helps your body to move, and helps your mood. If you have Parkinson's, you can feel better by taking medicine that … Continue reading 10 Early Warning Signs of Parkinson’s Disease
Understanding AMD AMD is the gradual but persistent breakdown of the part of the eye that provides sharp, central vision needed for seeing objects clearly. Over time, this can affect the ability to read, drive, identify faces, watch television, navigate stairs and perform a suite of other daily tasks. For many adults, this visual deterioration … Continue reading February is National Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Low Vision Awareness Month