We’ve all heard that patience is a virtue, but what does that really mean? Just sitting idly by tapping your foot, or staring at the clock, waiting nicely until it’s time to do something? Well no.. to be virtuous and have patience means to have patience for a reason. To exercise restraint and redouble emotionalRead more
Congratulations to Adriana L., who is celebrating their 2nd year anniversary with AEC Living today! Adriana works at AEC Home Care as a Caregiver with our home care team. We are grateful for all of her hard work & dedication!Read more
Congratulations to Robyn W., who is celebrating their 2nd year anniversary with AEC Living today! Robyn works at AEC Home Care as a Caregiver with our home care team. We are grateful for all of her hard work & dedication!Read more
Congratulations to Joy L., who is celebrating their 2nd year anniversary with AEC Living today! Joy works at AEC Home Care as a Caregiver with our home care team. We are grateful for all of her hard work & dedication!Read more
One of the problems we face as we age is deteriorating eyesight, poorer night #vision and #cataracts.. as such visual aids like larger type, readers/bifocals, and text to speech readers are a must. For example, one of our favorite gifts to pass out for new residents and at holiday time isRead more
It’s Tuesday again and time for another tip on helping our fellow caregivers and family members who have enlisted themselves caregivers for their loved ones. This one is a simple quick tip from #AARP who state “Marathoners who train together go farther because they root each other on. Joining a supportRead more
Caregiver Tip Tuesday..
Today’s #CareGiverTipTuesday is brought to you by the folks over at Elder Care at Home ( https://www.eldercareathome.org/tuesday-tips-for-caregivers-caring-for-your-mind-body-spirit/ ). And that is taking the time to keep yourself present and fit with the proper mood to handle what is often the stressful job of caregiving.. and more, avoiding #caregiverburnout.
Residents can’t always get around by themselves. Sometimes they need a little extra help but they are a bit proud or they realize they do need to be as self reliant as possible but they do need a little extra bit of supervision to look after them or check in on them from time toRead more
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
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