Six Misconceptions About 24-Hour Home Care
When it comes to 24-hour home care services, people often misunderstand how it works. It does vary from one agency to the next, but 24-hour home care aides do not sleep when your dad is sleeping. His assigned caregiver is awake and ready to help him. Here are six of the biggest misconceptions people have […]
Harmony Companion Home Care Employee of the Quarter
We are pleased to announce that our Harmony Companion Home Care Employee of the Quarter is Ms. Maureen Stanbury!
How Home Care Assistance Can Help with DVT
March is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Awareness Month, which is a great time to learn about how DVT can effect seniors and how home care assistance can help!
Alleviating a Doctor Visit for Seniors With Alzheimer’s
Taking an elderly loved one with Alzheimer’s to a doctor visit can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be with a few simple tricks to plan ahead.
Getting Paid to Care for Your Relatives
If your relative is on medicaid or is medicaid eligible, you can get paid to take care of that relative at no cost to your relative, as long as you are not the spouse of the relative.
Earn a Referral From Harmony Companion Care
Whether you’re a patient or a caregiver, if you refer either a patient or a caregiver to us, and they remain with us for a month, you can receive a referral fee of $200 per person.
Why Walking With Someone is Better
When looking for an uncomplicated form of exercise, many people, including seniors, gravitate toward walking.
Learning to Set Boundaries with Your Elderly Parents
Whether you are a senior home care professional or just an adult child of an elderly parent, you will eventually have to learn to set boundaries with seniors.
Can Family Caregivers Benefit From 24-Hour Home Care?
One area that often raises questions is whether families who live with their parent can still use 24-hour home care services.
Gifts The Will Help Seniors Stay Socially Connected This Year
Loneliness is something that many seniors struggle with. And seniors who are aging in place have a very high risk of becoming socially isolated and lonely.