1. Transitioning from Hospital to Home: What You Need to Know

    If you have recently found out that your loved one is ready to be released from the hospital, you may be feeling a variety of emotions. You may feel happy and relieved, yet you may also feel anxious and fearful of what may happen. Depending on the nature of their condition and the state of their hea…Read More

  2. How to Better Communicate When Your Loved One Has Dementia

    Dementia is a difficult diagnosis to deal with. Whether it’s your family member, a close friend, or a patient, it’s a painful and challenging disease to cope with. While watching someone that you care about struggle with dementia is difficult, it’s crucial that you understand how to best commu…Read More

  3. How Long-Term Nursing Home Care Effects the Elderly

    When it comes to caring for the elderly, nursing homes have long been the “best” option for people to take advantage of. While this has been the case in the past, there are far better options for your loved ones, and one of them is in-home healthcare. There are countless ways that the elderly be…Read More

  4. This Is The Best Job I Have Ever Had

    Sammy was diagnosed with a rare brain disorder at 2-years-old. He wasn’t meeting any of his milestones, has developmental delays, epilepsy and autism and is non-verbal. Most of the time he struggles to communicate, but I can pretty much tell what he wants and needs. Since working with Evergreen Ho…Read More

  5. Traveling With Medical Equipment This Holiday Season

    The holiday season is already a stressful time of year, but when you have medical equipment that you have to account for when traveling, it can be all the more daunting. If you’re going to be traveling with a family member or friend that requires specific medical equipment on a daily basis, then t…Read More

  6. Helping Your Senior Parent Age Independently

    As your parent ages, it can be tough to see the decline of their mental and physical abilities. They have always cared for you, and now it’s your turn to care for them. This transition can be difficult for both of you. While you deal with the overwhelming emotional and financial repercussions of t…Read More

  7. How to Make Your Home Handicap Accessible

    When you or your loved one has a physical disability, it becomes more and more apparent how little the rest of the world is aware of accessibility. Most homes are not designed to be handicap accessible, so you will need to make some adjustments yourself. This can be challenging because you may have …Read More