Are you a home care professional who has clients with dementia or Alzheimer's? Are you the primary caregiver for an aging family member with complex medical needs? If the answer is yes, then you will benefit from enrolling in our Home & Personal Care...View Details
As Caregivers, we must be mindful of the aging process and the effects it can have on our clients both physically and cognitively. Our ability to recognize these changes allows us to have a better understanding of what our clients are ex...View Details
As Caregivers, one of the most important skills to have is proper communication with our clients. A component of being able to communicate effectively is also being able to listen and observe. Being a good listener and observing your client's com...View Details
In Caregiving, we say that behaviors are nothing more than a means to communicate needs when words are no longer effective. It is up to the caregiver to uncover the meaning behind the behaviors, and then put a plan into effect to manage those...View Details
As a Caregiver, we want to be able to know our client personally enough to assess their functional level and interest in planning leisure activities and activities of daily living. This is done through engaging the client, which is where most ca...View Details
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