Care Management

Medical Care During Pregnancy

It is of utmost importance that moms-to-be get good care during their pregnancy, but before and after it as well. This is as important for the mother as it is for the baby since prenatal care is the best way to be sure both are healthy and happy. Regular check-ups will allow doctors to spot

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Remote in-home Care for Seniors

We believe the mass isolation of older adults during the Coronavirus lockdown, could result in the widespread use of new technologies that could help seniors age in place. This hypothesis comes from the observation of a rapid increase in demand for technologies like telemedicine, videoconferencing, medical alert systems and medication dispensers during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Why It’s Important To Be Supported After A Birth Injury

Ideally, giving birth is an experience that is viewed as full of hope and promise. However, this life-changing event doesn’t always go as planned, particularly when the newborn baby experiences serious birth injuries caused by the negligence of attending healthcare professionals.  In 2006 alone, at least 157,700 injuries to mothers and babies during childbirth were

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Private Home Caring – Diet Support & Medication Management

Proper nutrition and medication management are essential for patients who have adapted to the private home care system. Home healthcare is necessary for people who cannot completely take care of themselves. Skilled and non-skilled professionals are necessary for a person’s health care, to provide support to family members who can act as secondary caregivers to

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Signs of Caregiver Burnout: How to Cope with It?

Caregivers are probably one of the most underappreciated and unrecognized groups of volunteers. They work behind the scenes, engage in seemingly normal and everyday tasks, and usually go about their job quietly and unassumingly. But, behind the perception of stability and normalcy is often a very lonely, tired, stressed and scared person. Caregivers are so

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Improving and Monitoring Respiratory Health For the “At Risk” Group

In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, it is even more important for those with respiratory issues, allergies, and asthma to monitor their health. Those in the “at-risk” group also include the 65 million people worldwide that have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). If you are living with respiratory issues, make sure that you monitor your

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