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More than “Just A Nurse”

 

How often have you heard a nurse referred to as “just a nurse” by either themselves or somebody else? When a nurse identifies themselves this way, perhaps it is because they are being modest, because let’s face it- most aren’t really in the profession for praise or recognition.

 

Working in Home Care: Why There Is No Career More Rewarding

 

Working for a home health agency is both a very rewarding and humbling experience. It is undoubtedly a great privilege to be invited into our client’s homes when they are most vulnerable and to be wholly trusted to provide excellent care in the ease of their own environment.

Why Staying at Home Longer is Becoming More Possible with Home Care

 

Have you ever struggled with knowing what the right choice would be for your family member? How much longer you can safely keep your loved one at home before having to face the difficult choice of moving them to a more supportive environment such as a nursing home?

How Technology Helps Deliver Better Healthcare

 

Advances in technology have modernized healthcare in very exciting ways. Across the United States, home health agencies are using new and improved methods to provide better quality care for clients in a more cost-efficient way. It’s a win-win situation for the clients dependent on homecare and for the dedicated agencies providing the service.

15 Years Later - Remembering 09/11

 

Do you remember the moment you first heard a plane had crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001? If you are like most Americans, you felt shock, sadness, and fear.  This weekend marks the 15-year anniversary of 09/11. It began in New York City, at 8:46 a.m. on a beautiful, sunny September morning.

Fear of Falling – The Rising Epidemic in Seniors

 

Did you know that studies show as many as 55% of older, community-dwelling adults have a fear of falling, even if they have never had a fall. The truth is, falling is not a normal part of the aging process. This misconception adds to the fears older adults may have about falls, often leading to a downward spiral in physical, emotional and cognitive health.

United Nursing Services Hurricane Program

 

United Nursing Services (UNS) is proud to offer a Hurricane Program to reassure clients help is readily available during a natural disaster. Knowing you will have immediate assistance for evacuation and shelter during a hurricane gives both you and your family peace of mind.

What is HIPAA Compliance and How Does It Affect Healthcare?

 

HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, is a federal law that came into effect in 1996 and sets a national standard to protect personal information that is collected and stored in medical records. HIPAA standards are to be followed by all health practitioners and businesses where personal and medical information is collected and stored.

Home Healthcare 101 – Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Homecare Services

 

If you or a loved one is struggling with health problems which are making it difficult to live safely at home, you might think your only choice is to consider a retirement home or nursing home. Home healthcare offers a wide range of services which provides many seniors with the support and reassurance they need to live safely at home.

Home Health Care Basics: How Can We Start Helping You Today?

 

At any given time, you or your loved one may need to use the services offered by home health care to assist with medical, personal care or rehabilitation needs in the comfort of your own home environment.Read about how home health care could help you or your family member.

Working in Home Care – It’s Not Just a Paycheck

 

Working in home care is not just a job. As someone who has worked in the Home Health field field since 1986, I can truly say it is my passion. I get great joy out of being able to help the elderly in our community in their time of need. Working in the home care sector, there are many ways we can care for our clients.

 

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End of Life Care – Dying with Dignity at Home

 

Dealing with a progressive or terminal illness is an emotional and stressful time for patients and their families. Deciding to die at home, however, can be a very difficult decision for patients and families to make. Not surprisingly, home care services can have as much impact on the families, as the patients themselves.

 

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