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How to Help a Parent Who Has Cancer

How to Help a Parent Who Has Cancer

There are few things worse than hearing that someone you love has cancer, especially if that loved one is your parent. As children, we typically see out parents as strong and invincible. When your parents become ill, it is tough. You might find yourself taking care of them, instead of the other … Read more →

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All Best Home Care Caregivers Participate in Local Research Study

All Best Home Care Caregivers Participate in Research Study

Recently, some of our caregivers participated in a research study conducted by Ohio State University. The study’s focus was researching home healthcareCaregiver Training hazard training through virtual simulation to create a new method of training.

Traditional training methods are usually lecture based, with the trainees listening to information and instructions given by … Read more →

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10 Ways to Deal with Caregiver Stress

10 Ways to Deal with Caregiver Stress

Don’t neglect you own health when taking care of others! Caregiver stress happens, and that is okay, but don’t let it effect your work or relationship with others.Caregiver

Being a Caregiver can be a very rewarding position, but it can also be very stressful. When you are caring for others, it’s important to … Read more →

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Migraine or Stroke? Here’s how you can tell the difference.

May is World Stroke Month. Many health organization come together every May to raise awareness about the causes and effects of stroke. Here at All Best Home Care, we wish to raise awareness not only about strokes, but about identifying the differences between a stroke and a migraine.

What is a Migraine?

A migraine is a bad headache that often … Read more →

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Learning About the United States Military as a Civilian

military sensitivity trainingRecently, our administrative assistant at All Best Home Care decided to learn more about military culture. Military sensitivity training helped to aide her in better understanding our veteran and surviving spouse clients’ backgrounds. To achieve this, she attended the Star Behavioral Health Providers Tier One military sensitivity training. The following are the recollections of her experience.

Being a civilian, or … Read more →