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Posts from 2017

  • Caregivers of the Month for November, 2017 Caregivers of the Month for November, 2017 Congratulations go out to Denise Manswell and Hilda Genao for being nominated and winning the CG of the month aware for November. Denise has been with Home Helpers since April of 2012. While averaging close to 45 hours a week with HH’s, Denise is also pursuing her nursing ... Read More
  • Meaningful Gifts for Seniors With Memory Impairment Meaningful Gifts for Seniors With Memory Impairment Many caregivers want to celebrate the holiday season by giving their seniors a special gift. Gift giving is not always as simple as it seems, especially if the elderly person has dementia or other cognitive impairment and relies on a caregiver for in-home care. If you are ... Read More
  • How to Include Your Senior Loved Ones in the Holidays How to Include Your Senior Loved Ones in the Holidays The holidays are some of the most fun-filled times of the year, but they can also be quite stressful. For some, they are even lonely. If you provide in-home care for an aging loved one, you may be wondering how you can ensure they enjoy the holidays the same way they did in ... Read More
  • Caregivers of the Month for October, 2017 Caregivers of the Month for October, 2017 Congratulations to Maribel Gonzalez and Karim Abdul Tarab for being named Employees of the Month for October! Maribel has been with Home Helpers since June of 2013. Maribel basically works six days a week. Maribel states this is the perfect job for her because she can work ... Read More
  • Caring for Those with Intellectual Disabilities Caring for Those with Intellectual Disabilities Acting as a caregiver can be challenging under any circumstance, but what if you are providing care for an adult with intellectual disabilities? Aging disabled individuals may need more specialized care than a family member is able to provide. If you are feeling overwhelmed ... Read More
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