Are you currently stuck in a dead-end job that leaves you feeling empty and underappreciated at the end of the day? If so, have you ever considered working in the healthcare field?
As a family caregiver, it’s vital that you find ways to relieve stress every day. It will help you stay healthy and in tip-top shape to be the best caregiver you can be. Make these top five tips for fitting stress relief into your day a priority, and see how much you notice the difference.
In-home eldercare professionals wear many titles, including Home Health Aide (HHA) and Senior Care Specialist (SCS). To help ensure that your aging loved ones receive the care they deserve, here’s how to know the difference.
Since more and more families are now choosing home care to help aging-in-place loved ones remain independent, it’s essential to understand how HIPPA impacts professional caregivers and those they serve.
Either way, if making a difference in the lives of others while working in the fast-paced, rapidly growing home care industry interests you, Senior1Care could use your help. Here's why working for us as an in-home caregiver might just be far more rewarding than any job you've ever had before.
Working in the healthcare field as a CNA can be highly rewarding, with plenty of career advancement opportunities. If you're still unsure about becoming a CNA, here's why it might be the best career decision for you.
If you’ve often wondered how to get started in the exciting field of in-home caregiving – or healthcare in general – our Legacy CNA Training might just be the “golden ticket” to jump-starting your career.
Caregiver burnout and the feelings of stress and anxiety that come along with being the person responsible for care can have long-lasting effects. Here are some proven ways to reduce anxiety when you’re a family caregiver.