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Grow Your Home Care Business with Private Pay

Grow Your Home Care Business with Private Pay

What is Private Duty? Private duty home care is a form of general home care which typically helps with day-to-day activities. Caregivers can provide a wide range of services such as personal care, bill paying, companionship, meal preparation, and transportation....

Grow Your Home Care Business by Blogging

Grow Your Home Care Business by Blogging

Why Should I Blog?A key factor in growing your home care business is marketing the services you provide. A great way to spread the word of your business is to start a blog for your company. Blogs can reach not only current customers but potential ones as well. A blog...

How Your Caregivers Can Improve Their Communication Skills

How Your Caregivers Can Improve Their Communication Skills

Your caregivers are often responsible for much more than just daily living tasks, they provide emotional support to their clients. The client may be feeling lonely, sad, uncomfortable, or unwell and it can be difficult to navigate these feelings with no training. The...

Home Care Tips During COVID-19

Home Care Tips During COVID-19

The federal government has recommended physically distancing (also called social distancing) in order to stop the spread of the coronavirus. While this advice is easy to follow for a worker who typically sits in the office, it is much more difficult for home care...

Happy National Home Care and Hospice Month

Happy National Home Care and Hospice Month

November is National Home Care and Hospice Month. Set aside some time this month to honor the nurses, home care aides, therapists, and social workers who make a remarkable difference for the patients they care for.  These staff members put their heart and soul...

Why You Should Care About the Direct CARE Opportunity Act

Why You Should Care About the Direct CARE Opportunity Act

Congress is trying to pass a new bill focusing on the creation, advancement, and retention of employment of direct care workers.   What is a direct care worker? A direct care worker is someone who provides daily assistance to the elderly, those with chronic...

Celebrating Holidays in Home Care

Celebrating Holidays in Home Care

With Halloween quickly approaching, Thanksgiving and religious holidays just around the corner, caregivers should do their best to bring some holiday cheer. This time of the year can be hard on seniors who are feeling lonely or forgotten about. Their families can’t...

6 Tips to Get More Home Care Clients

6 Tips to Get More Home Care Clients

Home care agencies provide patients with the option of independence, while ensuring healthy living conditions. With the increase of people over 65 years old, there is plenty of demand for home care services. It is up to you to make your company known and easy to find...

Benefits You Can Market in Home Care & Home Health Care

Benefits You Can Market in Home Care & Home Health Care

Family members of elderly people are often the ones concerned about their care. They watch their loved ones age and start to struggle with tasks that they used to complete with ease. Making sure that their elderly parents, grandparents, or friends are safe then...

Why You Need Home Care Software

Why You Need Home Care Software

Your agency needs home care staffing software. Why? Read on to learn the top benefits of home care staffing software. Running a home care agency comes with an array of managerial challenges. These are essential to the operations of the business. These challenges...