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Aug 1 2022

Emergency Numbers to Keep at Your Fingertips

If you live alone, it’s important to have emergency numbers handy in the case of a fall or accident. Even if you have live-in caregiver assistance, you’ll want to keep certain numbers nearby to help you with the resources you need. Having emergency numbers handy is important not only for safety; but also for giving […]
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Jul 1 2022

Fall Prevention Home Safety Tips

As you get older, you recognize how important it is to prevent falls in your home. Making just a few small changes to your home can make all the difference when it comes to preventing falls. While falls can hurt anyone, they can be especially dangerous for seniors, who are more at risk for things […]
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Jun 1 2022

Planning for Aging in Place

The CDC defines aging in place as “the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of age, income, or ability level.” Most older adults prefer to age in their homes as long as possible either living independently or with the help of a caregiver. There are a few […]
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May 19 2022

Elder Care with Preferred Home Health Care

If you have an elderly loved one who needs caretaking, the best option is often for them to stay in their home. For those who are not always available to care for their loved one, Preferred Home Health Care offers a comprehensive list of elder care services. We can help you determine what type of […]
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May 11 2022

What Are the Benefits of Becoming a
Private Duty Nurse?

Nursing is a calling that takes equal parts skill and compassion. Nurses who work in hospitals or other public settings, and those on private duty, all work to provide a level of effective and empathetic care to their patients. If you are in the nursing profession and currently employed at a hospital, you may not […]
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May 10 2022

What is the Difference Between Live-in Care
and 24-Hour Home Care?

With home health care, qualified medical professionals, such as registered nurses, provide medical care at your place of residence. Depending on your needs, you can get this type of service part-time or on a 24-hour basis. Full-time home health care is ideal for people who need ongoing medical supervision but would like to remain in […]
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May 2 2022

How to Help Your Client Tackle Allergy Season

If your client is finding themselves sneezing and blowing their nose nonstop lately, they’re not alone. Nearly 8% of Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. Allergies happen as your body mounts an immune response to a foreign substance. In the case of seasonal allergies, that substance is usually pollen from plants and trees. Symptoms of seasonal […]
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Apr 20 2022

Pediatric Private Duty Nursing

What Is Pediatric Private Duty Nursing? A child with special needs requires extra TLC. While parents give their child enormous love and attention, this extra level of care can be difficult to handle on your own because it requires special skills. These are the skills of a pediatric private duty nurse, also called a pediatric […]
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Apr 20 2022

Benefits of Pediatric Private Duty Nursing

When a child needs special personal care because of a developmental or physical disability or chronic condition, you may not be sure where to look. You also might think that one-on-one care services are unaffordable. Children with special health care needs can get quality care from a provider like Preferred Home Health Care & Nursing […]
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Apr 1 2022

When is it Time to Hire a Home Health Care Aide or Nurse? 

Are you responsible for the care of a sick or aging loved one? As your friend or family member continues to need increasing care, it becomes nearly impossible to meet all of their needs as well as your own. Recognizing when you need outside support is good for you, and your loved one, too! Like […]
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