More at… http://thecaregiverspace.org/caregiver-resume-fails-15-things-to-never-include-in-your-resume/ Caregiving professionals are ought to inspire more trust than the average employee, as every client will be emotionally involved in the entire collaboration. More often than not, you’ll have to take great care of persons or things that your clients care about the most. In the majority of cases, a … Read MoreRead More
Developing a final years plan really boils down to one word: communication. Talking with professionals as well as family can help ensure important elements of a plan are in place.
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More at… http://thecaregiversvoice.com/tips-caregivers/theres-nothing-wrong-with-me/ I was browsing for a new pair of hiking socks, at the back of a discount sporting goods store when an older man and woman settled nearby. I looked up when I heard the woman exclaim her discovery with glee. Before her was a table stacked with boxes of athletic shoes. “Now, we must look for shoes fo… Read MoreRead More
Some aspects of growing older may be beyond your control, but putting a plan in place could help minimize the potential risks.
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More at… http://thecaregiverspace.org/building-a-virtuous-circle-of-care/ Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have. — Winston Churchill Abhishek Swami, 25, visited a hospital during his lunch break. He was feeling dizzy during the presentation earlier, with the figures on the screen getting jumbled up before his eyes. When his BP was measured, it… Read MoreRead More
Check your assumptions about end-of-life and hospice care against these common misconceptions to help you and your family better plan for the final years.
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More at… http://thecaregiverspace.org/how-do-childrens-cancer-diagnoses-affect-parents-income/ A new study from Sweden found that social benefits often ease the financial burdens experienced by the parents of children recently diagnosed with cancer, but mothers experienced persistently lower income after benefits diminished. Published early online in CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the Am… Read MoreRead More