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Masterclass: Advancing Dementia Care for Aging Services
For individuals living with dementia, everyday activities have a major impact on their brain function, behavioral responses, functional abilities and sense of well-being. When it comes to home care, having a person-centered approach to care can make a big difference in overall outcomes. Keep Reading
Understanding Vascular Dementia: Your Questions Answered
When most people hear the word “dementia,” they think of Alzheimer’s disease.... Keep Reading
Register Today: FREE CE WEBINAR on Addressing Relocation Stress Syndrome
Join us on Thursday, August 8, 2024, at 1:00 PM ET for an insightful discussion on Relocation Stress Syndrome, possible causes, risk factors and strategies to support person-centered care. Keep Reading
The 7 Stages of Lewy Body Dementia Explained
Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) is a challenging and often confusing condition. LBD affects many... Keep Reading
Masterclass: Best Practice Considerations: Restorative Care to Maintain and Improve Function
Restorative care is part of an ongoing nursing model and often follows rehabilitation. Licensed staff and professional caregivers provide restorative care to preserve a person’s optimum level of functioning and independence, which makes living their day-to-day lives as comfortable as possible. Keep Reading
Is It Dementia? Key Symptoms, Diagnosis Tips, and In-Home Care Solutions
As we age, it's natural to experience some changes in memory and thinking. But when these... Keep Reading
Insight for Aging Services Professionals: The Role of Clinical Home Modifications
As the U.S. population ages, the prevalence of disability and functional limitations and the demand for long-term services and supports (LTSS) will increase. In fact, according to a report from the University of Michigan, 88% of older adults ages 50 to 80 feel it’s important to remain in their homes for as long as possible. Keep Reading
How Much Does In-Home Care Cost? Your Guide to Affording Care
Caring for an aging loved one can be a deeply rewarding experience. But for many adults, it... Keep Reading
Dementia Care Navigation: 2024 Facts & Figures
Did you know? Approximately 6.5 million individuals are living with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other forms of dementia in the U.S. With the aging population on the rise, so too is the prevalence of these conditions. Keep Reading
What is Companion Care? A Guide for Seniors & Families
As individuals age, they often face challenges that impact their independence and overall... Keep Reading
Masterclass: Best Practice Considerations for Infection Prevention in the Home Setting
Infection prevention is of the utmost importance in all health care settings, but it holds particular significance when it comes to home care. The home serves as a sanctuary for vulnerable individuals, where they can receive the care they need while minimizing their exposure to infectious agents. Keep Reading
Everything Families Need to Know About Veteran Home Care
As our loved ones age, it can become increasingly difficult for them to live independently. This is... Keep Reading
Best Practice Considerations for Person-Centered Dementia Care
Did you know? One best practice approach for someone with dementia is person-centered dementia care, which prioritizes the individuals with dementia and their caregivers, placing them at the heart of care delivery. This method emphasizes a holistic perspective, aiming to maintain their overall well-being and enhance their quality of life. Keep Reading
"I don't need a caregiver right now. I'm not that old."
If I had a dollar for every time I heard, “I don’t need a Caregiver right now I’m... Keep Reading
What is Home Care?
Are you aware of the distinctions between the services offered by in-home care and medical home health providers? According to a Johns Hopkins study, approximately 25 million older Americans depend on home-based services as they age in place. Keep Reading
Best Practice Strategies: ‘Smart Aging’ Education for Older Adults and Caregiving Teams
Many older adults make significant life decisions in crisis moments — but many don’t realize that doing this could harm their well-being. That’s because making rash decisions typically involves a lack of resources, information, and tools needed to make the best choices. Keep Reading
Fitness for Seniors: How to Stay Fit While Aging in Place
It’s a new year, and that means most of us are thinking about making healthy changes. Whether... Keep Reading
The Important Role of Professional Caregivers
Professional caregivers wear numerous hats, and that’s because they do so much more than only look after their patients. In fact, professional caregivers provide support in a number of ways, including monitoring their patients’ health, creating a safer environment, providing friendship and companionship, allowing respite for the families of their patients, and so much more. Keep Reading
Strategies for Implementing Person-Centered Parkinson’s Care
Parkinson's disease (PD) affects nearly 1 million people in the U.S. and is projected to rise to 1.2 million by 2030. It is the second-most common neurodegenerative disease, following Alzheimer's disease, and sees nearly 90,000 new diagnoses in the U.S. each year. Keep Reading
The Heart of ComForCare: One Caregiver's Dedication to Relationships in Care
If you have an aging loved one in your life, making the decision to seek care can be difficult.... Keep Reading

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