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Do You Have What It Takes To Be A Home Health Aide?

15 October 2015
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If you want to work in the medical field but don't want to undergo several years of school, you can get a very rewarding career as a home health aide. Home health care is increasingly popular since more and more aging individuals choose to stay in their own homes rather than enter into a nursing home or assisted living facility when they can no longer entirely care for themselves. Getting into home health care allows you to work with individuals every day and help keep them safe, independent, and healthy, but it's not a job for everyone.
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How Home Health Care Services Help You Recover At Home From Hip Surgery

9 October 2015
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You've just undergone a total hip replacement and will be going home soon to start your recovery. Your doctor will give you a number of instructions to follow. It's up to you to make this recovery successful, and that can seem daunting. Having help at home during your recovery will make your efforts easier. Here is how using a home health service will let you have a smoother recovery from surgery.
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How to Use an Oxygen Tank in Your Home

9 October 2015
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With all of the oxygen around, you might wonder why it is important to receive more oxygen from a tank. But sometimes the oxygen in the air isn't enough, especially when you are having difficulty breathing. The best oxygen tank will be one that fits with your lifestyle. Testing for an Oxygen Deficiency Your doctor will determine whether you are not receiving enough oxygen by performing a test to check how much oxygen is in your blood.
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Fall Prevention Strategies for Seniors

8 October 2015
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Falls are one of the most preventable causes of injury for senior adults, yet the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports that more than 2 million people over the age of 65 are treated for a fall-related injury each year. While younger adults will usually recover quickly from a fall, seniors are at risk for serious injuries, such as hip fractures and traumatic brain injuries, that can have long-term consequences. Families and other caregivers can reduce the potential for falling by implementing the following strategies at home.
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getting started with a home health care service

There may come a day in which you can no longer provide the type of care that your loved one needs. Taking care of an injured or ailing loved one is a lot of work. Not only do you have to cope with the emotional aspects of everything, but you also have to provide the healthcare that they need. When it all becomes too much for you to handle, home health care services could be the solution. In many cases, the health care will be covered by your medical insurance. This blog will help you find the information that you need to reach out for help from a home health care service.