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What to Do When Hiring a Caregiver

Choosing someone to care for a loved one or for yourself can be nerve-wrecking. You want to do the best thing, choose the best person, and not risk things not working out. How can you make sure you are prepared for the hiring process? Here are a...

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Who is Home Care For?

A common misconception about home care is that it caters exclusively to the 55+ years old population. In-home care is actually meant to help anyone who needs some extra help because of a surgery, medical condition, special needs, or age-related...

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Preparing A Plan for Your Own Care

As we grow older, it is common for us to worry about becoming disabled, sick, or just how things will be when we get too old to care for ourselves. The best way to ensure that you will receive the help and care that you desire is to begin planning...

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Caring for a Child with Special Needs

Having a child with special needs is like living in a whole different world sometimes. Every day is different. Some days are challenging and other days are absolutely enchanting. Children with special needs have....well...special needs. They need...

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Dealing with Tragedy

Losing a loved one is one of the most painful, inevitable experiences in our lives.  Each person will experience grief differently, but is there a "right" way to deal with grief?  The short answer is no.  Everyone has a right to express and go...

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What is Respite Care?

In short, respite care is when a professional caretaker comes in and provides care in order to allow a primary caretaker to have time to care for themselves. Usually respite care is provided to help a permanent caretaker of a parent of a child...

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