November as National Family Caregivers Month – a time to celebrate the contributions of caregivers, to recognize, support, and empower them, and to provide them with tools that they need to make a difference. Here are 10 tips for Family Givers
Congratulations to Cynthia Sender for being nominated Top Business Woman in Orange County. Awards will be presented at the 2020 Annual Women in Business Awards Virtual Program
In response to the spread of COVID-19 caused by the novel coronavirus, we’ve enhanced our system of infection controls to support the safety of our clients, their families—and the caregivers who serve them.
As a home care provider serving older clients—many with preexisting health conditions which make them more vulnerable to infections, including the coronavirus and seasonal flu—we’re taking our responsibility to our clients, their families, our community, and our caregivers very seriously.
Many families are balancing the risks of non-family members coming into their homes and the benefits of trained caregivers supporting their loved one’s critical needs. While home is the safest place for your loved one, not all home care agencies are created equal.
Many Seniors suffer from some form of depression, social isolation, or general sadness, especially during and immediately following the holiday period.
Given that Medicare open enrollment began on October 15th and continues through December 7th, it is timely to provide a summary of what this benefit means for seniors.