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When Stroke Is Suspected, Speedy Actions Save the Day

In a perfect world, home health care would progress without any setbacks. Improvements would happen exactly as planned, on schedule, without interruption. And health scares — related or not to a patient’s chronic illness — would be unheard of. In the real world, however, health is...

Understanding Sibling Dynamics When Caring for Aging Parents

The situation is new – taking care of Mom or Dad – but sometimes, the old story still dictates family interactions. It can become especially apparent when siblings try to assign jobs or make decisions together. Old family roles are rekindled… Who is the ‘responsible...

What to Expect: 4 Questions Before Home Health Care Begins

After deciding that it’s time to start home health care, and before meeting their nurse or therapist for the first time, patients and their caregivers can have a lot of questions. This basic guide addresses commonly asked questions and concerns about home health care and...