Respite Care for Children with Disabilities Provides Support for Parents

October 16, 2014By Best CareAdolescent Home Care, Adult Home Care, Home Care, Pediatric Home Care

According to the U.S. Department of Education, there are approximately 6.5 million children with special needs in the country – a number nearly double that of the 1970s. This growing population segment has not only put a demand on the special education programs within our schools, but the parents of these children as well. In … Read More

Taking the Plunge: How to Introduce the Idea of Home Care

July 10, 2014By Best CareAdolescent Home Care, Adult Home Care, Home Care, Pediatric Home Care, Senior Home Care

Recognizing when to take the plunge into personal care services can be difficult for many older individuals and their loved ones. In-home care may be viewed as unnecessary, an overreaction to a recent health issue, or even as a threat. If you believe a parent or loved one could benefit from home health services, it … Read More

Taking the Plunge: When is the Right Time to Get PCA Services?

June 27, 2014By Best CareAdolescent Home Care, Adult Home Care, Home Care, Pediatric Home Care, Senior Home Care

Making the decision to hire a personal care assistant (PCA) for you or a loved one can be challenging. Some may even mistake PCA healthcare as a threat to their dignity and a trivial addition to their livelihood. The fact is that in-home health care can simplify everyday tasks and help individuals live a longer, … Read More

Beyond Nutrition and Exercise: How to Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle

May 30, 2014By Best CareAdolescent Home Care, Adult Home Care, Home Care, Pediatric Home Care, Senior Home Care

When people hear the words “healthy lifestyle,” the first things people think about are diet and exercise. Since a healthy lifestyle is really a matter of maintaining balance, your need to care for your body and soul.  When you are a caregiver, maintaining a healthy lifestyle is essential so you are able to meet the … Read More