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The life cycle concept helps us untangle the relative stresses and burdens of different patterns of caring and to think about how home care benefits should relate to family carers.
likely to be caring for their mothers as female caregivers.
It is noteworthy, when viewing the history of long-term care, that many of the "new" concepts recommended today in caring for the aged--in this case, the benefit of interaction with children--were heralded, or at least hinted at, early in this century.
VistaCare is one of the country's leading hospice providers, caring for more than 5,000 patients each day throughout 40 programs in 14 states.
Case management by master's degree-prepared clinical nurse specialists is proving highly effective in caring for sicker patients.
This facility repositioned itself as caring for only patients requiring ventilators, feeding tubes or other high-tech assistance.
Through discussion and reflection, we agreed that our mission is "to create a caring and enriching community through a partnership of residents, families, staff, and students, who all work together to promote the health and well-being of its members.
As Florida's leading healthcare company, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida (BCBSF) is dedicated to providing caring solutions and affordable choices to more than 2.