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CareGivers America Cares!

The CareGivers America mission has been and always will be, simply, “keep people home!” But that mission is only accomplished by the extraordinary dedication, professionalism, and compassion of our CareGivers, Nurses and Therapists. And for those of us in administration, in office operations, our mission is also simple, to support…

Nursing Home Statistics Surrounding COVID-19

A few months into the COVID-19 pandemic, the data began to suggest that nursing homes and personal care home facilities would be at high risk due to the nature of the aggregate age demographic of residents and the viruses disproportionately intensive effects on both seniors and individuals with preexisting conditions.…

CareGivers America’s “Profiles in Courage,” Series #1: Jody Johnson-Turner

Jody Johnson-Turner, CGA Manager — SEPA Development & Patient Relations To know Jody is to love Jody, to work with Jody is to both love and respect Jody. Jody Johnson-Turner is CGA’s Southeastern PA’s Manager of Development and Patient Relations, a leadership role that came natural to a home health…

An Open Letter to All CareGivers America’s Patients, Participants, CareGivers, Nurses, Therapists, Healthcare Partners, along with their family, friends, and communities

We are all, unquestionably, witnessing difficult times during the Coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic. As we navigate these uncharted waters know that CareGivers America is with you. We are with your mother and father, we are with your grandmother and grandfather. We are there providing care and comfort in uncomfortable times because…

CareGivers America Embraces New Community Health Choices Program in Philadelphia Region

Philadelphia and Community Health Choices in 2019 and Beyond When the ball dropped at midnight on January 1st of this year, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Community Health Choices (CHC), (www.healthchoices.pa.gov) mandatory transition of the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Waivers to the Managed Care model took effect. And so…

Aging Parents Living Alone: The Health Risks Of Isolation

Moving and Transferring Patients Safely

Cultural Diversity and Caregiving

The Elderly and the Zika Virus

Caregivers in the Garden

From Approved Senior Network, written by Brenda Funk It’s summer and that means gardening season is underway. For those who want to garden and grow their plant seedlings, they would have had to get their garden planted by now. For those who are planning to go to a nursery to…
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