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When I was only 20 years old I began my first job as a personal caregiver in the home caring for three children.
Are self driving cars a blessing or a curse for the elderly and disabled? This is a very controversial topic with many complicated questions.
As a male caregiver, I feel like I should discuss the various aspects that I have noticed throughout the years. Some are positive while others are negative.
This page explains how to perform range of motion (ROM) exercises on a patient. Included are pictures that highlight how to perform common passive ROM exercises.
When it comes to most cases of dementia, Alzheimer's disease is usually the cause. Because of this, the focus of this article is going to be on Alzheimer's specifically.
If you consider yourself to be a typical family caregiver, like me, you haven’t received any training to become proficient at caregiving.
There are various different diet orders prescribed by physicians for patients. What do they mean? What restrictions do they have? I hope to answer those questions here.
This page explains what Medbox by AmeriPharma is and if their service is right for you or your loved one.
There are many different types of in home caregivers and contrary to what many people believe, the various types are different in several ways.
As an in home caregiver, I am asked questions about my job by many people. Some are interested in the job and some are just curious about the options.