We employ a very selective screening process for our caregivers and only hire the most qualified people who we would want to take care of our own loved ones in need.
We are one of few elite agencies that has been accredited by the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts (HCA); recognized for having high operational and quality standards including fair employment practices, caregiver background screening, training and supervision, insurance coverage, and compliance with all applicable federal, state & local laws.
Can driving continue after a person has been diagnosed with dementia?As a general rule, people with early-stage or mild dementia can continue to drive, but only after having a driving evaluation. People with moderate or severe dementia should not drive. Additionally, individuals must be mindful of any further cognitive impairments as they could indicate a change in the
For individuals diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, the average life expectancy is generally between 2 and 5 years from diagnosis. Yet, variations are expected, with a small percentage of people living much longer, even for decades.
Delving deeper, we find that the journey with ALS is highly individual influenced by many factors. Let's explore them:Read More
Hiring a caregiver for assistance with activities such as bathing, dressing, eating, transferring (like moving in and out of bed or a chair), using the bathroom, or managing continence, qualifies as a tax-deductible medical expense. Similarly, care costs for individuals with memory loss, vital for their health and safety, are also tax deductible.