Durham NC: Nurse Care of North Carolina (Nurse Care) today announced that it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Home Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective care.
And Dealing With the Stresses of Caregiving Dementia in older loved ones is complicated and frightening. But there is some early educating you can do to prepare yourself and understand what may be happening before it gets worse. Dementia is highly variable, and for some, it doesn’t rapidly worsen. It also does not always mean
How Home Care Agencies Can Help Them Stay at Home Longer What are the most common reasons seniors initially move into assisted living centers? How can home care agencies and their teams of caregiving professionals help keep aging loved ones in their homes? According to a caring.com review, the four “big-picture” areas that most often
The federal government and the medical research community are going hi-tech to find new and better ways for caregivers to help their loved ones who suffer from dementia. Studies show, the sheer time it takes for in-person observation and caring can be almost impossible to sustain. The caregivers are overburdened, which doesn’t help the people
They care for our parents. They care for our children. They care for us. They are home health care workers, and one thing is certain: They should earn better compensation for the critical service they provide. There are many reasons home health caregivers in North Carolina average about $9.00 an hour, despite having a job