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Tag: In-Home Caregiver

In-Home Caregivers and The Internet

Are you an in-home caregiver? Here are some statistics that you find interesting: 24% of US adults are in-home caregivers for another adult 3% take care of children with significant disabilities 3% are caregivers for both an adult and a child. In total 30% of all adults in the US are caregivers. That is almost [...]

Protect Yourself from Medicare Fraud

A few weeks ago we started a discussion on Medicare Fraud. Here is some more information you need to know to keep yourself safe and reduce the risk of fraudulent activity: Guard personal information: To commit Medicare fraud, a person must have access to Medicare and Social Security numbers. Seniors shouldn’t share this information with [...]

The Taxi Driver and His Passenger

This story has been making the rounds on Facebook.  I’m not sure if it’s true, and I rather doubt it is, but whether it is or not, it’s a wonderful reminder about the importance of patience, particularly with our older generation. And how we can make a difference in someone’s life by being kind, loving and patient. [...]

In-Home Care — Senior Moments

  As medical expenses keep rising for the elderly and the Baby Boomers begin needing more attention, in-home health care is being seen as a great way to take care of people in their comfortable surrounds while keeping the costs reasonable. Here are some blogs explaining the usefulness of this service: In-Home Care in Flossmoor [...]

Hiring an In-Home Caregiver — 10 Questions You Should Ask

If you decide to hire a private in-home caregiver, there are some things you need to ask the caregiver and ask yourself. While we at Sequoia Senior Solutions live in California and so give these questions a California twist, you can substitute your state’s name in its place: 1. Can the caregiver provide at least [...]