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Adjusting to In Home Care

by At Home Preferred on July 2, 2012

Deciding to pursue homecare solutions for your loved one is a great option for many people in a variety of situations. In home care services give you the peace of mind you need in the comfort of you or your loved one’s own home. While having the familiarity of your …

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Preparing Your Home for In-Home Care

by At Home Preferred on June 20, 2012

Getting the house prepared to start in home care services for a loved one can be a bit of a chore. There are many things to consider when prepping the home for a loved one to start receiving home care assistance. You want the house to be a safe place …

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What Does it Take to be a Caregiver?

by At Home Preferred on June 11, 2012

Every single day, families are struggling to cope with the busyness of modern life. Many people are raising children while working full-time jobs, and trying to care for a senior family member at the same time. Today’s medical technology combined with people living healthier lifestyles has led to seniors living …

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The Day-in-the-Life of an At Home Preferred Caregiver

by At Home Preferred on June 5, 2012

When I started in home care for RN & Allied Specialties, I had just finished my first year in nursing school. Having only been in the hospital a couple of times throughout nursing school, I wasn’t sure what to expect of home care. As a nursing student, I could not …

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Financial Options for In-Home Care

by At Home Preferred on May 7, 2012

Home caregivers provide personal care to their patient rather than medical care. For this reason, health insurance and Medicare will not necessarily help with the costs of in home care services. For those fortunate enough to have long term care insurance, there are some plans that include stipends for home …

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How You’ll Know if You Need In-Home Care Services

by At Home Preferred on April 30, 2012

It can be a hard decision for a family to make the call that a loved one needs home care assistance. You start to maybe notice that they are acting different or struggling to perform daily tasks that used to be performed with ease. So how do you know when …

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What is a “Non-Medical” Caregiver?

by At Home Preferred on April 19, 2012

As seniors get older, they often experience physical or mental changes that render them to need help with what is known as “non-medical care.” While some seniors need the constant medical attention of a nurse or doctor, many senior citizens simply need the help and attention of a capable person …

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Aging Parents & Their Finances

by At Home Preferred on April 12, 2012

There is a good chance our elderly parents are going to need our assistance at some point. Although physical care is a big part of that, it’s more than likely that care will extend to their finances as well. That is why it is important to communicate about your parent’s …

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Keeping a Loved One at Home

by At Home Preferred on February 6, 2012

I talk with many families about our services and invariably, the first question asked of me is, “how do we know what we need?” Naturally, my response is “I don’t know,” that is, until we uncover the answers to a few basic questions. The first consideration is the physical and …

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What is Hospice?

by At Home Preferred on February 4, 2012

When you hear that someone is receiving hospice service, the usual response is one of sadness and a feeling that the individual must be at death’s door. This could be the case, but more often than not, it is not the case. So what is this thing called hospice? Hospice …

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Contact your At Home Preferred specialist today

Our mission is to be the most experienced and dependable staffing resource for families and individuals who have made the choice to see that a loved one remains at home, living comfortably and confidently within their home and community.

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