We all go through mandated training on dealing with Residents with MCI/ Mild Coginitive Impairment. Though sometimes it’s helpful to see some of the training in a new context. Such as if a resident is being difficult.. if approach them with a bright and sunny disposition, they will mirror your mood and will beRead more
Titiana is a gentle soul who values her work, as such, we honor her for her service and dedication as being apart of how the family of employees work together at Home Care Aide. A Home Care Aide is a valuable member of our team as they work one on one with the residents.. gettingRead more
Basically, Sarah’s second silent Homecare Administrator at the Lodge. Being an administrator at AEC Home Care is a really tough job which is why sometimes the weight of being an admin is shared on the shoulders of 2 people; Denise and Sarah. Sarah works closely with Denise in a more co-administrative role with a lotRead more
Denise is a determined and helpful employee who has been with the company throughout its changes and been there to help it grow throughout every one of them. Starting as CNA way back in the day then becoming an Intake Coordinator at Waters Edge Nursing Home and at the Inn, then taking over as the MarketingRead more
It is time to review your Prescription medications, Over The Counter, and even dietary supplements. Take some time to review the drug facts, and learn how to take your medications correctly. So many of us miss the littlest details and not take them incorrectly. It’s also very important to talk to your health care providers about everything you’re taking becauseRead more
Face masks are the new normal. A simple way to reduce the risk of contaminating your mask is to wash or sanitize your hands before you pick up a mask to put it on.
When taking it off, you want to reduce the risk ofRead more
Some people tend to worry and live with a high level of anxiety. Strive to alleviate their nervousness. Communication is key. For some residents, writing notes on issues that worry them help to organize their thoughts, lessening the need to worry. When they want to know at what time they will be taking their medicationRead more
Get Out Of Bed Cautiously To Prevent Mishaps. Getting out of bed can present risks, especially when attempted too quickly. It is suggested that when rising from bed and standing, do so slowly. Getting up too fast can cause your blood pressure to drop. That can make you feel wobbly. Also, it is wise notRead more
After 1 year with us at AEC Homecare, Esperanza has been with us through thick and thin. As a core AEC Home Care team member, we’re proud to honor Esperanza on her 2 year anniversary. Thank you for all you do and we look forward to many many more years with us.Read more
Part of the AEC Home Care Team, Nicki proves she has what it takes to do the job and do it well. Join us in thanking her for her efforts over the last year. Nicki, we look forward to working with your caring and sweet demeanor for some time to come.
Here’s to you Nicki!
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- Essete T Regaled as She Celebrates 2 years of Service as ACA at the Inn
- 4th Year Anniversary for Bernadette
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