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Archive for February 2016

Fighting caregiver burnout

By John Lundy Today at 6:20 a.m. DULUTH, Minn.—When Candice Richards moved her mother here from southern Michigan, it created a new set of challenges for the Duluth woman. Although her mom, who has Alzheimer’s, is deteriorating mentally, “she’s very physically able and very hyper—never sits down or takes naps,” Richards said. “She’s always looking…

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Caregiver (san rafael)

Visiting Angels is a nationally recognized premier provider of home care services. We have been recognized as one of the top performers in the industry for the last seven years in a row for our outstanding customer service, performance excellence and client satisfaction. We have worked very hard over the past fifteen years to build…

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CAREGIVER (Oceanside)

1440 South Melrose Dr. DO YOU WANT A JOB THAT YOU WILL LOVE? Each day Áegis Living employees bring hope, joy, courage, caring and compassion to thousands of seniors and their families. The work they do is heroic, it adds value to lives, and it is changing the face of senior housing throughout the nation.…

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Personal Care Assistant/Caregiver Make up to $70,000 per year

Walnut Creek, CA Part-time Company Description At Homecare Professionals our mission is simple. We are here to help. We can help people not only by providing quality care at great value, but also by answering questions, offering advice, suggesting resources, or simply by listening. Take a minute to look over the information on our website or…

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GET-Caregiver Bill Moves Forward

FEBRUARY 16, 2016 · By Chad Blair A measure that calls for an increase in Hawaii’s general excise tax to help residents take care of elderly and sick family members cleared another committee Tuesday. Senate Bill 2478 passed Senate Human Services on a 5-2 vote. Three senators voted “aye” and two “aye with reservations.” Sens. Sam…

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New Utah Rules Allow Patients to Designate Caregiver

February 11, 2016 MIDVALE, Utah – A new rule in Utah gives important new rights to family caregivers when a loved one is in the hospital. The Patient Designated Caregiver Rule, proposed by AARP Utah and issued by the Utah Department of Health, allows each patient to designate a caregiver, who is notified when there…

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