Dementia, a syndrome characterized by cognitive decline and impairments in daily functioning, affects millions worldwide, altering mood, behavior, and personality. For caregivers, this can be a challenging and emotional experience, but mindfulness meditation offers a [...]
As a professional caregiver serving on the front lines, here are ten secrets to staying positive even on the worst of days.
If you are considering a career in-home care, these ten fun facts will help you decide if it’s the right choice for you.
The value of professional caregivers cannot be overstated. It's a career that really makes a difference in the lives of many seniors! See if it's a good fit for you.
What does it take to be a good caregiver? Read on to learn more about the top qualities that professional caregivers should have.
Caregiving is a wonderful career if you love helping people. You get to spend your day making a positive difference in people’s lives, and you deliver something nobody else can – the ability to help a senior age gracefully at home and not in a nursing home or other type of institution.
A rapidly aging population combined with a heightened desire to age in place has created the “perfect storm” for employment opportunities within home care. If becoming a professional caregiver interests you, this handy roadmap could be your pathway to success.
It’s been said that “The only way to do a great job is to love what you do.” What is it about caregiving that many find so rewarding? Based on our experience, here are five reasons we hear most from caregivers about why they are so passionate about their careers.
Millions of paid caregivers proudly serve on the front lines of America’s healthcare system each day. Many of those dedicated professionals help older adults lead independent lifestyles in the safety and comfort of their own homes. As the U.S. population continues to age, the need for home care workers will continue to rise dramatically over the next decade.