ESRD (end-stage renal disease) affects one in 1,000 people in the United States. Some 19 million Americans are thought to be at varying stages (1 to 5) of chronic kidney disease. Renal failure can be acute or chronic and greatly affect a person’s quality of life. While most people recover from acute renal failure with… Continue Reading Home Care for Diabetes and Renal Failure
Nearly one million adults live with multiple sclerosis in the United States. As it is an often progressive neurological condition, those with multiple sclerosis might need a range of different forms of support and home care. These needs might also change over time, depending on how the condition develops. In honor of Multiple Sclerosis Education… Continue Reading Home Care Options for Multiple Sclerosis
In this new blog series, Best Care’s Qualified Professional (QP) staff are compiling useful information and practical advice for caregivers and recipients of care. Today, , teaches us how blood clots happen and how they can be prevented. About 350,000 Americans are diagnosed with blood clots each year and almost as many have them and… Continue Reading How to Prevent Blood Clots
We are pleased to bring you a brand-new blog series from Best Care. Our Qualified Professional (QP) staff are compiling useful information and practical advice for caregivers and recipients of care. Let’s start with a breakdown of dialysis access care with Dawn Diatta, MSN, RN. What You Need to Know About Dialysis Access Care It… Continue Reading Tips and Tricks for Dialysis Access Care
If you’re looking for home care support but you are not sure how to hire a home care worker, Best Care has the answers you need. From what to look for in the hiring process to tips for finding a family member or friend to be your PCA, we can help you through the process.… Continue Reading How Do I Hire a Home Care Worker?
Are you looking for some extra care at home for a loved one? Or maybe you would like to become a home care worker but aren’t sure which role is best suited to you? Here is an overview of all the types of home care workers, so you know which one is best for you… Continue Reading The Different Types of Home Care Workers
When you start noticing that a loved one needs some extra care and assistance, perhaps due to old age or an ongoing medical condition, it can be tricky to work out what form of care is best. Many people end up torn between home care vs. assisted living, not knowing which one is suited to… Continue Reading Home Care vs. Assisted Living: Which Should I Choose?
As we approach Thanksgiving, we’re preparing for a time for giving back and being grateful for everything that we have. As a family caregiver, we’re sure the people around you are grateful for all you do for them. So, this holiday season, why not do yourself, and them a favor, by giving yourself some extra… Continue Reading Family Caregiver: Don’t Forget About Yourself
There are many different types of home care services available for families and individuals looking for extra support. At Best Care, we do our best to find a personal solution that works for everyone. We pride ourselves on the wide variety of options that we provide. Here are a few of the key areas where… Continue Reading Home Care Services Available from Best Care
Parents of children with autism know that there are plenty of joys but also some extra challenges. If you have children with autism, it’s important for you to know that you’re not alone. There are services and people ready to help you! Here are some options for autism support available to you and your family.… Continue Reading Services Available for Parents with Autistic Children