What Does It Mean to Be a Primary Caregiver?
August 25 2020
What is a primary caregiver? Essentially, it is a person assisting an underaged child or a sick, elderly, or disabled relative. Any adult can become a primary caregiver for a relative in need, regardless of their education or experience. But how does such caregiving work from the legal side?
Dementia and Sugar Cravings
August 22 2020
Many people have heard of different types of diets, with each one making a more outlandish claim than the last. Perhaps ...
How We are Keeping Patients and Staff Safe for Home Healthcare Services
August 20 2020
It is vital that we care safely for vulnerable populations during this pandemic. Here is what we are doing to keep patie...
Too Much Sugar: Destroying Your Brain & Body
August 15 2020
It is a well-known fact that by eating too many sweets and sugary treats, with not enough exercise, you begin to put on ...
How to Become a Home Health Aide
August 13 2020
If you are wanting a rewarding, hands-on career, home health aide is the perfect fit for you. Learn why you should choos...
A Guide to Fall Prevention In the Elderly
August 09 2020
In the United States, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention identifies falls in older adults and among the elder...