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Carnegie Healthcare

on November 04, 2020

Why pursue a career as a home healthcare professional?

We all need a hand sometimes - some of us more than others. That's why there are ample opportunities to work as a home care professional, such as a Home Health Aide (HHA) and a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). These professionals come into the homes of people who need a little extra help to offer quality in-home care, so that their clients can recuperate and do what they need to do daily.

Carnegie Healthcare

on October 28, 2020

If caring for a loved one at home has become too much for you, then home health care services may be an alternate solution to consider. These services allow your loved one to continue living in the safety and comfort of their own home, while providing some relief to you and your family.

Carnegie Healthcare

on September 17, 2020

Most people prefer to stay in the comfort of their own homes, both when recovering from an illness and as they age. Whether they're on the road to recovery or need help with day-to-day activities, home care services can provide individuals with the assistance and independence they need to live comfortably at home. In this post, we'll discuss the different types of home care to help you decide which service is the best choice for your loved one.

Carnegie Healthcare

on August 27, 2020

Home health aides are flexible caretakers who wear many hats. They're trained to adapt their approach to meet the needs and requests of the client and the client's family, as well as current and changing circumstances. From small tasks and short visits to intense support and live-in arrangements, let's explore what home health aides do, and the benefits that come with outsourcing quality in-home care.

on July 13, 2020

Although restrictions have eased across the country, taking preventative measures against COVID-19 is still as important as it was before. Since those with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (IDD) are at a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, preparing and adapting to safety measures is a must. The good news is that during this time, family members and home care professionals can provide the support and care to help those with IDD stay safe.

on July 07, 2020

If you are a senior or family member looking for COVID safety tips tailored to senior needs and lifestyle, you've found it. Today, we're talking about the top ten practical safety tips for seniors to combat the pandemic health risk.