Care For A Disabled

How To Better Care For A Disabled Loved One

Caregiving is a full-time job, even if it’s not your only full-time job! Providing Care For A Disabled loved one who depends on your care is a rewarding, but time-consuming experience, and caring for a loved one with a disability presents its own unique challenges – heavy lifting, strict medication regimens, equipment maintenance, etc. Sometimes,…

In-Home Care Provider in Anchorage

In-Home Care Provider in Anchorage

A great list of information on hiring home health care providers or if you are looking for an In-Home Care Provider in Anchorage upsides of hiring a professional provider:   Prescreened workers Relevant experience Backup care Addressing problems Fast upgrades No paperwork Liability protection   https://www.aarp.org/caregiving/home-care/info-2018/hiring-caregiver.html   #inhomecare #seniorcare #homecare #eldercare #caregivers #caregiving #caregiver #aging…

Individuals With Disabilities

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Being Respectful To Individuals With Disabilities

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Being Respectful To Individuals With Disabilities Along with the physical and/or mental challenges that often go along with living with a disability, disabled individuals oftentimes must face social challenges as well. Unfortunately, many people don’t know how to treat a disabled person, and may talk down to the person or make incorrect assumptions about…

Finding a quality Caregiver

Finding a quality Caregiver; The Caregiver Interview

One of the ramifications of extended life is the rapidly increasing population of seniors who need varying levels of care.  While business and government have responded to this development with some standards and protocols, ultimate responsibility remains with family, friends, and institutions that select  caregivers. Previous generations had fewer older relatives to care for and…