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The list of topics and issues caregivers face is seemingly endless. As a professional, you want to be able to provide research-based answers and information that can be used to aid caregivers as they strive to provide the best care for their aging loved one. Utilize the information in these sections to educate yourself, and share the resources with others who might find them beneficial.

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Benefitting Those with Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia

One of the most prevalent and devastating of the chronic conditions that afflict seniors is dementia, of which Alzheimer’s disease is undoubtedly the best known. Read the research on paid In-home care.

Improving the Lives of Family Caregivers

The care continuum for U.S. seniors has expanded to include a new option: paid in-home non-medical care, which can reduce the burdens on caregivers while helping them provide more and better care to their senior loved ones.

A Growing Part of the Medical-Care Continuum

Non-medical care professionals work with seniors who have reached a point in life when they need some help with daily and weekly routines. The result is companionship that allows seniors to feel safe and independent while they age in place in the homes they’ve lived in for years.

Offering Substantial Economic Savings

The findings of a recent study have major implications for national health-care policy as the U.S. faces a rapidly growing population of senior citizens whose needs will place increasing strains on the health care system in general, and on hospitals in particular.

More Care & Better Care for Seniors

As older adults continue to age, many will experience various health problems such as impaired mobility, strokes, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, to name just a few. Paid in-home non-medical care is part of the solution.

Seniors and the Information Gap

The extent and sophistication of the professional care system means that seniors and their families need to spend considerable time gathering information and conferring with one another about individual responsibilities, financial arrangements and decision-making.

Caring for the Aging: The Old System is Obsolete; Time to Create a New Model

The current perfect storm of economics and demographics requires new, more creative and flexible approaches to the care of America’s senior population.

Optimizing the Continuum with In-Home Care

3 Ways In-Home Care Can Reduce Senior Medical Visits

3 Key Reasons to Help Your Clients Avoid Preventable Hospitalizations

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