Fact: home health aides (HHA) can make more money and be promoted faster if they have a working knowledge of human anatomy.
When it comes to long-term care, there are a lot of terms that can be confusing for people. End the confusion!
There is a lot of misinformation about home health aides (HHA) and enemas. We are going to clear that up for you right now.
The individual who provides a feeding tube service must be a licensed healthcare professional, or a family member…
Sterile technique involves methods to reduce exposure to micro-organisms, including hand washing, and using a sterile field, instruments, gloves, and sterile dressing.
There is a great deal of debate surrounding whether or not home health aides (HHA) are capable of cutting patients’ nails. The answer, as with most things in life, is that it depends. The elderly foot and nail care is a common task delegated by nurses to HHAs and CNAs in nursing homes, assisted living…
The use of technology in home health care is growing every day, and as we continue to develop new and innovative ways to use it, the possibilities are endless.
The home healthcare industry is growing by leaps and bounds. As the population ages, more and more people are finding that they need assistance with activities of daily living.
The allure of staying at home is nothing new, but in today’s society, more and more people are seeking to stay put for as long as possible. Whether it’s due to the high cost of living or a general desire to downsize and simplify, the trend is clear. At-home care has been on the rise…
Homecare providers are essential to the well-being of our patients. As baby boomers retire, more care will move into homes which means that these individuals have an even greater responsibility.
Nonprofit organizations that advocate for home health aides need to work together with public officials to improve the delivery of home health care.
Tons of benefits of home healthcare with telehealth and how it works for both home care aides and their clients.