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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 for a total of 9 years now, 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. Our goal in homecare every day is to make an impact on how our clients feel.

12 Questions You Need to Ask a Home Healthcare Provider Before Hiring Them

 

When you are considering homecare services for yourself or your loved one, knowing the right questions to ask can help ensure that you receive high quality, professional care. A reputable agency expects these questions and are more than happy to answer them for you.

Don’t Let the Flu Get You!

 

The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by the influenza virus. Transmission occurs when someone who has the flu coughs, sneezes or talks, spraying droplets onto other people or surfaces. You can get the flu by touching a surface or an object contaminated with the flu virus and then touching your face.

The Proposed Palm Beach County Home Caregiver Ordinance: How It Can Protect and Affect Our Seniors and Vulnerable Adults from the Risky Practice of Hiring Private Caregivers

 

Palm Beach County is taking further action to protect Palm Beach County’s vulnerable adults and disabled citizens by establishing licensing requirements for Home Caregivers.

The Top 10 Most Telling Signs Your Parent Needs Home Care

 

Getting older is hard but asking for help can be even harder. In this article we provide the top 10 most telling signs that your parent may need home care.

What You Need to Know About Getting the Flu Shot

 

Every year millions of people around the globe are affected by the flu. The influenza (flu) virus is highly contagious and spreads by coughing, sneezing or close contact with someone who has the virus. The best way to protect you and your loved ones from the flu virus is to get a flu shot.

Quick Facts About the Flu

 

Influenza (flu) is a highly contagious, serious virus that can cause illness, hospitalization and even death. “Flu Season” lasts from approximately October to May each year, but usually peaks in January or later. Learn more quick facts about the flu.

Update Regarding Palm Beach County Home Caregivers Ordinance

 

HCAF Members and Friends Servicing Palm Beach County, I am touching base to give you an update about the Palm Beach County Home Caregivers Ordinance that was passed in October, 2015. HCAF is continuing to work with County officials on easing the burden this ordinance will have on providers and to ensure this transition occurs thoughtfully and strategically.

 

11 Telltale Signs You May Have Caregiver Burnout

 

Taking care of a loved one’s emotional, physical and or mental needs can be both rewarding and exhausting. When a caregiver gets busy taking care of others, their own spiritual, physical, and emotional health can often be neglected, causing them to feel exhausted and overwhelmed. Check our list of signs below to see if you are experiencing any signs of burnout.

The Changes to Caregiver Wage Rules: Why Using a Home Health Care Agency Is the Best Option

 

New federal wage rules for Home Health Aides and Certified Nursing Assistants should make you think twice about hiring a private caretaker or using a nursing registry. The Fair Labour Standards Act (FLSA) recently refined its regulations so that many direct care workers such as Home Health Aides and Certified Nursing Assistants are better protected.

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