Caregiver Resources

Tips for New Mothers to Stay Healthy at Home April 14, 2015

For new mothers, it is easy to find yourself being overwhelmed. From dealing with changes to your own body, to shifting focus to the needs of your baby, everything can feel overpowering at once. While enjoying life with the newest addition to the family, mothers tend to forget about their own well-being.

tips for new moms
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Questions to Ask an Aging Loved One March 17, 2015

When an aging loved one is admitted into the hospital or a nursing facility, it is important that everyone is prepared for the decisions that lie ahead. If your loved one has prepared the essential legal documents, the time can be spent together rather than worrying.

questions to ask an aging loved one
SpeakUP™ for Patient Safety Awareness Week March 10, 2015

Everyone has a role in making healthcare safe, including patients, their families, and healthcare professionals. Home care agencies across the country are working to provide safer care to keep patients healthy and at home. As the patient, you can become an active and involved member of your healthcare team.

Patient Safety Awareness
Rehabilitation Therapies: Helping Individuals Recovering at Home March 1, 2015

Every year, millions of Americans are discharged from the hospital following a procedure, illness, or injury. Many require intensive rehabilitation therapies to regain their strength and ultimately, their independence. As individuals recover, their hope is to return back to everyday life as soon as possible. Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio can help.

Importance of Rehabilitation Therapy
Advance Directives: You Have the Right to Choose Your Care February 17, 2015

As you or a loved one receive medical attention, it is important that your family, friends, caregivers and healthcare providers are aware of your wishes. In the event that you are unable to communicate these wishes yourself, Advance Directives are used to guide medical decisions.

Advance Directives