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Home Health Care Services in Georgia

Home Health Care Makes Aging in Place Easier and Comfortable

Torn between the need to care for your aged and ailing loved ones and fulfilling the duties of a fulltime job? Or struggling to arrange for hospital nursing charges, while at the same time, skeptical of sending your loved ones away from home? If you have answered affirmatively to one or more questions above, home … Continue reading

Posted in Elderly Care, Home Care

Tips for Celebrating Halloween with a Disabled Child: In-home Care Services & More

We know that it’s more than a month away, but the spooky season always seems to excite the younger generation a lot earlier than we would anticipate. However, the feeling might be the same for disabled children with in-home care services. With the other kids excited to plan their costumes and visit home-to-home for trick … Continue reading

Posted in Home Care

How to Become a Paid Caregiver for a Family Member in GA

Caring for a family member is a highly rewarding experience. Not only do you get to spend time and live some happy moments with your loved ones, but you also get to ensure that they receive the highest quality of care possible. But wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could also get paid for providing … Continue reading

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Reasons Why Seniors Care is a Great Career for Nurses

Your career as a CNA or hospital nurse may be fulfilling and stable, but there will most likely come a time when it will be stagnant and fail to provide you with the sense of accomplishment that it offered initially. At that time, you may need a change of pace. For most CNAs, senior care … Continue reading

Posted in Senior Care

How to Care for a Loved One with Parkinson’s Disease

Nearly 1 million people in the US are living with Parkinson’s Disease, and an estimated 50,000 people get diagnosed each year. Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is a progressive movement disorder that results from the degeneration of the nerve cells in the brains. In a person with PD, there is damage to the part of the brain that … Continue reading

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