Elderly Care Options – Home Care Nurse or Home Care Helper?

As more elderly adults are choosing to live independently, family members and caretakers must make important choices about their daily care. In the majority of these situations, the primary caretakers are working children of the elderly that have limited time and ability to provide daily care. Many turn to outside…

Why Home Care Is The Right Solution For Your Loved One

When a sudden medical event or general decline in health causes your loved one to need an increased assistance with daily living it may be necessary to consider home care. While family members can often pitch in to help out elderly relatives, over time it can become tiring and difficult.One…

Home Care & Hospice Community Encouraged by Recent Data Highlighting Cost Effectiveness of Caring for Seniors and Disabled Americans at Home

WASHINGTON D.C.  – The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) today highlighted the results of recent studies by Genworth Financial and the AARP Research & Strategic Analysis that exemplify the multi-faceted value of home care. Comparing the change in average costs in various care settings from 2010 to…

Improving Home Care Critical to Addressing Chronic Disease and Reducing Health Care Costs Nationwide

WASHINGTON D.C. – Val J. Halamandaris, president of The National Association for Home Care and Hospice (NAHC), issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s decision to exclude proposals that would impact seniors’ access to critical home care services: “As Congress and the Administration focus their collective efforts on…