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OUR SPECIALITY IS PROVIDING EXCEPTIONAL IN-HOME SUPPORT TO PEDIATRICS, ADULTs AND GERIATRIC with Special Needs.
Safe Care, Compassionate Care, Personalized Care to achieve maximum level of wellness while in the comfort of your own homes.
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Our support staff was eager to learn and adapt to our changing needs, we are happy with the services we receive from Nurse2help
My 22 years old daughter has intellectual disability and we were looking for in home support services while we are at work. I met with the services coordinator at Nurse2help, who listen and understood what our goals were for my daughter. We now have a caregiver we can trust to help support my daughter’s needs.
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4 Time-Saving Strategies for Home Care Agency...
by Nurse2Help on April 18, 2018 at 8:57 pm
From scheduling and timesheet management, to marketing, there are a number of tasks home care agency owners must factor into their daily to-do list. This post will help you stay on top of everything you need to get done. Audra, and home care agency owners like her, enjoy interacting with clients […]
Private Nursing Staff Should Follow These Social...
by Nurse2Help on April 10, 2018 at 8:57 pm
Social media can be a wonderful resource—a resource that should be used with the utmost care. On the one hand, platforms like Facebook and Instagram offer a channel through which home-care providers can share their thoughts and feelings. On the other hand, nursing staff must make absolutely […]
Advice for Agencies: Strategies for Delivering...
by Nurse2Help on March 22, 2018 at 7:44 pm
As the head of a caregiving agency, you depend on your clients’ satisfaction. This means you will receive feedback on your caregivers—both positive and negative—from the patients you serve and their loved ones. If you’re looking on tips to deliver feedback to your home care […]
A Breakdown of Home and Community-Based Services...
by Nurse2Help on March 7, 2018 at 11:42 pm
Nurse2Help is now accepting the Medicaid Waiver, which offers long-term services and supports to eligible parties—often through Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) programs. While Medicaid income and eligibility requirements vary from state to state, the entire country provides some form […]
Key Points: Medicaid Coverage for Youth with...
by Nurse2Help on February 27, 2018 at 5:15 pm
Nurse2Help is now accepting the Medicaid Waiver, which provides medical care and long-term services to eligible parties—including children on the autism spectrum. Our app features hundreds of certified nurses who have completed extensive background checks, and who frequently serve young […]
Nurse2Help Embraces Medicaid Waiver,...
by Nurse2Help on February 8, 2018 at 7:06 pm
Nurse2Help is now accepting the Medicaid Waiver, which promotes consumer-directed care. This is what readers need to know about the program. Consumer-directed care is a major focus of the Medicaid Waiver. Also known as self-directed care, it ensures individuals with developmental disabilities […]
What to Do When Elderly Patients Refuse to Eat
by Nurse2Help on January 22, 2018 at 10:54 pm
Kyle has been working as Greg’s caregiver for three months now. Greg, who was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, has become increasingly challenging at mealtimes — and Kyle isn’t sure how to respond. Should he encourage Kyle to eat when he refuses to do so, or […]
Caregiving Agencies Should Consider These Tools...
by Nurse2Help on January 3, 2018 at 10:08 pm
Eloise owns a caregiving agency with a solid team of 15 employees on staff. She is focusing on growth in the New Year, and has found plenty of business resources she would like to implement. At the end of each year, most business owners reflect on their achievements. They celebrate what went well […]
5 Strategies for Caregivers to Embrace the...
by Nurse2Help on December 15, 2017 at 6:51 pm
This is Stella’s first year providing home care, and she feels anxious about the holiday season. While her friends and family prepare to take time off work, Stella is gearing up for a series of shifts with her patient, Joe, who doesn’t have family in the area. How can Stella overcome […]