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Your hosts, the Russell and Morcom Families, would like to welcome you to the National Hotel Complex Bendigo.

The National Hotel Complex is located 1.5 hours’ drive from Melbourne and only 1.5 kms from the Bendigo city center, directly opposite Bendigo Central Deborah Gold Mine and Bendigo Talking Tram Tours it is the perfect place to base yourself as you explore the many wonderful attractions of the Bendigo region.


The National Hotel Complex offers 3 well equipped function rooms, they include:


This is an ideal conferencing room, offering a fully equipped private environment, ideal for both private functions or business functions, birthday celebrations, business dinners or family functions.


Provides an intimate setting for up to 20 people. It can be closed off for privacy. Meals can be tailored to suit the needs of your function.


This is a private function room located off the situated off the hotel’s main bar, it is perfect for all day functions, work dinners and birthday parties.


  • The National Hotel Complex offers a wide range of accommodation options, ranging from Standard Deluxe Rooms, Spa Rooms, Family Rooms, The 3 bedroom Honeysuckle Cottage and assortment of self contained apartments.
  • All guest have access to the Hotel Complex facilities including heated pool [summer only], indoor spa, BBQ area, free WiFi, Foxtel and off street parking.

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Bendigo Roots and Blues Festival
Nov 3 – Nov 6, 2016

The National Hotel Complex Accommodation Package
2 nights’ accommodation in a standard room
including a bottle of wine on arrival and
a $20.00 drinks voucher to be spend in the National Hotel bar
$260.00 – twin share only
Phone the motel reception to book – Ph: 5441 5777

Bendigo Blues and Roots Festival
Friday and Saturday night
4th and 5th November 2016


182-186 High Street Bendigo Vic 3550

Accommodation (03) 5441 5777

Hotel (03) 5443 0591


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To be a great company, is to be in great company so at Accor we’re on a mission to find the best people people in the world.

That’s why we offer the greatest career opportunities, customer service skill training like no other and the chance to work in the most diverse locations in the hotel, resort and hospitality industry.

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The Hyde Park Hotel reopened in August 2011 after undergoing extensive renovations throughout. It was transformed from a tired suburban pub into a modern, stylish and attractive local bar & restaurant.

The Hydey, as it’s affectionately known, has been awarded 2012 National AHA Best redeveloped Hotel, 2011 6PR DeBortoli Pub of the Year and 2011 AHA best redeveloped hotel.

Being centrally located just 2km from the Perth CBD makes it an ideal venue for your next outing.

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License Number: 6020001701, License Class: Tavern License, Licensee: Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group Pty Ltd

Austin Hospice Care – Home Care Assistance of Austin Senior Care #motels

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Leading Provider of Non-Medical Hospice Care In Austin

If your loved one has health complications and a cure or treatment is not possible, in home hospice care allows seniors who are nearing the end of their lives to remain at home. Most people prefer to live their final days in their home, not at a hospital or care facility. Home Care Assistance of Austin provides non-medical hospice care which grants the wish of patients, keeping them surrounded by their family, friends and personal belongings. Our dedicated caregivers are highly trained in assisting with activities of daily living such as meal preparation, household chores, medication administration and personal hygiene. The help of a loving caregiver brings peace of mind and respite for our clients and their families during this very difficult time.

Flexible Care Plans- Hourly or Live-In Hospice Care

Hospice care is a collaborative effort between the client, their family, the doctor, a caregiver, and a Hospice Agency who are all making sure the patient receives the best care possible to keep them comfortable. Hospice caregivers provide valuable companionship and support, in addition to assistance with various tasks, full time monitoring and personal care for their client. Our purpose is to provide end-of-life care customized to meet the needs of the patient and their family. We offer hourly or live-in hospice care depending on the specific requirements of our client. Let Home Care Assistance of Austin take on the everyday needs of your loved one, so you can enjoy precious quality time with them.

We are the Preferred In Home Hospice Choice in Austin

Home Care Assistance provides non-medical hospice care in Austin focused on dignity and respect for our client, maximum comfort and compassionate support. Our caregivers are personally committed to helping our client and their family to affirm the final stage of life as a uniquely personal experience in the comfort of their home. As the preferred choice for families in need of hospice care, Home Care Assistance makes it possible for seniors to live their final days as they wish. Call (512) 623-7800 now and learn more about our customized in home hospice care.

Copyright 2016 Home Care Assistance Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Each Home Care Assistance office is independently owned and operated.

How to Keep a Terminally Ill Patient at Home – making it

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Keeping The Terminally Ill Patient At Home
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If your loved one wishes to stay at home up till the very end, then you need to make that wish clearly known to your RN casemanager, the social worker, your physician and any other hospice staff who inquires about your wishes. If there are other family members available to help out, discuss this decision with each other, and make sure that all family members are working together toward your goal.

Hospices can provide services which help during part of the day. At the Routine Home Care Level of Care, the hospice would be sending out Home Health Aides to help with bathing, dressing, basic bedside care and activities of daily living. They can sometimes send out home service aides to help with housework or cooking and other tasks. Volunteers from the community who serve at your hospice can also spend time with your loved one, freeing up time for you to go out if needed, or just to get a break from caregiving. The RN casemanager and other nurses will be visiting periodically during the week to evaluate your loved one’s condition, monitor for any changes, and to make sure your loved one is getting the medications and services needed meet his or her needs.

However, in some cases, you should be prepared for hospice staff who might attempt to convince you to bring your loved one to the hospice facility. While this may be appropriate for some patients, if you really want to keep your loved one home, you can. You, as patient or family/caregiver, have rights to choose to stay home, and nobody can force you to enter a facility against your will. However, if you do choose to stay home, then you need to mobilize all resources and assistance you can muster to help make it happen. A good first step would be to ask the hospice RN and the medical social worker if she or he knew of other community resources where you could get help to care for your loved one.

What can the family do to help keep their loved one home?

The family members can make a schedule of when each family member will be there to provide care so that all hours are covered.

You can ask for help from your local church or synogogue. Sometimes it is necessary to be willing to let others help out, if you are to succeed in keeping your loved one in the home.

You can ask for help from friend or acquaintances.

You can directly hire extra help. Help can come from nursing agencies or other sources. For example, if your loved one does not need nursing care all the time, then you could hire sitters from agencies or even directly hire people from the community. Some people put an ad in the newspaper letting people know that they would be hiring a helper and specifying the hourly wage they would directly pay to helpers. Many colleges and universities have employment centers for their students who are seeking part-time or full-time work. The students can often work hours that others may not be willing to take, and they usually do not need as high a wage as household bread-winners who are trying to support a household and family.

Whether you have the immediate family care for the patient or relatives, or close friends, you will probably need assistance of many sorts. If the family can come together and work together, that is the very best circumstance.

The hospice must meet the care needs of the patient and family unit. 1 The services which are required to be provided include family needs for support and counseling. If symptoms go out of control and the patient experiences uncontrolled severe pain or other symptoms, then the hospice must provide, in most circumstances, what is called continuous nursing care in your own home. which is around the clock nursing at home, provided by licensed nurses more than 50% of each day, with the rest of the care provided by home health aides. 2

A Registered Nurse (not an LPN) must personally visit the patient to assess his or her condition each day. If the patient’s symptoms are brought under control, then continuous care may be discontinued. However, if symptoms remain out of control, the RN may continue to have nursing staff provided around the clock in your home. After three days the hospice will re-evaluate whether continuous nursing care in the home can be continued. Continuous nursing care may also be provided when the patient is actively dying and very near the end.

The hospice will help you learn how to care for the patient at home. The Registered Nurse will teach you about the medications to be given and how to give them. If you have questions about your loved one’s care after normal business hours, you can always call the hospice’s on-call nurse. Whatever the situation, the hospice staff are experts in handling the types of situations that come up. There is much information available that can help you keep your loved one at home. Read whatever literature the hospice provides and ask questions. Discuss your wishes among yourselves as a family and with the hospice staff. The more you communicate, the better the outcome will be.

1 According to federal regulation 42 CFR 418.58(c) the hospice’s Plan of Care must state in detail the scope and frequency of services needed to meet the patient’s and family’s needs.

2 42 CFR 418.204 states that, Nursing care may be covered on a continuous basis for as much as 24 hours a day during periods of crisis as necessary to maintain an individual at home. A period of crisis is a period in which the individual requires continuous care to achieve palliation or management of acute medical symptoms. 42 CFR 418.82 states that Nursing services must be directed and staffed to assure that the nursing needs of patients are met. The hospice must meet your needs for nursing care!

Heartland Home Health Care – Hospice – Career Tree Network #sharp #hospice

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Heartland Home Health Care and Hospice is where you can find big company employment advantages that are in step with the personal touches of a local agency. Our size works for you in terms of job stability, resources, supportive team environment, flexible schedules and industry leading benefits.

Organizational Culture: You will find an intimate, welcoming environment where you will be encouraged to grow your career while still finding a work/life balance that fits you.

Company History: Heartland Home Health Care and Hospice is a subsidiary of HCR ManorCare, a leading provider of short-term post-acute services and long-term care. Our nearly 60,000 employees have made us the preeminent care provider in the industry. Quality care for patients and residents is provided through a network of more than 500 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and hospice and home health care agencies. The company operates primarily under the respected Heartland, ManorCare Health Services and Arden Courts names.

We care for patients in the cities of Milwaukee, Green Bay, and Kenosha, and their surrounding counties. We are well established and are continuing to experience growth. Nationally we are located in 32 states.

Year Founded: locally for 10 plus years

Company Locations: Various locations in Wisconsin.

Number of Employees: 60,000

Characteristics of an Ideal Candidate: We are looking for Health Care Professionals who believe in making a difference one life at a time.

If you love what you do the intensity of the patient relationship, the potential, the exhilaration of victories both small and large we invite you to join our team of experienced professionals who are doing what they love to do and feel as passionate about where they work.

We Hire the Following Therapists: OT, OTA, PT, PTA, SLP

Benefits Overview: We offer a full benefit package to include the following:

401 (k) with match

Generous paid time off that starts at date of hire

Continuing Education Assistance

Philosophy Towards Patient Care: At Heartland, we believe patients deserve the same specialized attention at home that they receive in the hospital or at the doctor s office. We re proud to offer a variety of services to help promote patient independence in the home environment. For patients experiencing an illness, hospitilization or surgery requiring recovery and healing or for those facing a new health care diagnosis requiring a change in daily lifestyles, home home health care may be the solution. Heartland Home Health Care provides care in the privacy and comfort of home. Many patients recover faster in familiar surroundings, where they have the love, support and understanding of family and friends. Heartland Home Health Care provides care for the mind, body and spirit that is comforting and compassionate. We respect our patients and their families choices. We accept and support our patients wherever they are in life s journey.

In addition to the above we offer our Caring Promises:

We promise to care for the mind, body and spirit in a way that is comforting and compassionate.

We promise to be the difference in our customers day working to make every connection a personal one, and creating memorable moments that define their Heartland experience.

We promise to discover what is important to our customers, respect their choices and customize our service specifically to their needs.

We promise to be leaders in care delivery, corporate responsibility and community action.

Practice Settings: Home Health

Practice Specialities: Home Health

Application Instructions: Email Kristin to explore a rewarding career or visit our website.

Recruitment Contact: Kristin Lueptow, PHR

Recruitment Contact Email: klueptow [at] hcr-manorcare [dot] com

Recruitment Phone Number: 262-389-1882

View our Company Profile on LinkedIn: HCR ManorCare

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Home Care Jobs In Ohio #hotel #cheap #rates

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Home Care And Hospice Jobs In Ohio

Power Weekend .6 Social Worker: 8:30am – 5pm(SOC-16-00010)

Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ohio, Homecare

This position is responsible for the delivery of social work services to Hospice patients and families, which includes the initial psychosocial assessment, ongoing psychosocial counseling, direct casework, bereavement services and community education, outreach and referral. Social Workers are a core member of the Hospice Interdisciplinary team. Performs comprehensive initial and.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Power Weekend .8 RN: 8am – 8:30pm(NUR-16-00035)

Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ohio, Homecare

General Description This position is responsible for providing skilled professional nursing care in accordance with the Interdisciplinary Team Plan of Care. Essential Job Responsibilities Assesses patient/family in order to identify problems with patient/family, this includes assessment related to suicide and abuse/neglect. Develops plan of care in conjunction with patient/family and.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Power Weekend .8 RN: 10:30am – 11pm(NUR-16-00036)

Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ohio, Homecare

General Description This position is responsible for providing skilled professional nursing care in accordance with the Interdisciplinary Team Plan of Care. Essential Job Responsibilities Assesses patient/family in order to identify problems with patient/family, this includes assessment related to suicide and abuse/neglect. Develops plan of care in conjunction with patient/family and.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

RN Case Manager (Casual)(1347347)

AseraCare. Ohio, Independence

Job AdvertisementYou’re more than a RN Case Manager at AseraCare Hospice. With your vast experience, you know quality care and that’s why we’ve entrusted you to join together with a team of spiritual care coordinators, social workers and counselors. That’s because we know you’ll go to any length for our.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Hospice Aide – Inpatient, Part-time, Nights(HOS-16-00019)

Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ohio, Inpatient

General Description Hospice Aides provide personal care to hospice patients according to the patient’s plan of care. Essential Job Responsibilities Provides basic personal care to patients as delegated by the RN and included on the Hospice Aide plan of care. Answers call lights promptly and follows through with patient requests.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Hospice Aide – Inpatient, Part-time, Days(HOS-16-00020)

Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ohio, Inpatient

General Description Hospice Aides provide personal care to hospice patients according to the patient’s plan of care. Essential Job Responsibilities Provides basic personal care to patients as delegated by the RN and included on the Hospice Aide plan of care. Answers call lights promptly and follows through with patient requests.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

RN Case Manager (FT – Days)(1345000)

AseraCare. Ohio, Independence

Job AdvertisementYou’re more than a RN Case Manager at AseraCare Hospice. With your vast experience, you know quality care and that’s why we’ve entrusted you to join together with a team of spiritual care coordinators, social workers and counselors. That’s because we know you’ll go to any length for our.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Social Worker Masters (Casual)(1344656)

AseraCare. Ohio, Independence

Job AdvertisementAs a Social Worker Masters (Casual) at AseraCare Hospice, you know that quality care is about much more than just addressing physical need. That’s why our Social Worker (Nonexempt) take care to understand the social, spiritual and emotional factors related to our patients’ health and end-of-life journey. In this.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

RN Case Manager(1338970)

AseraCare. Ohio, Fairlawn

Job AdvertisementYou’re more than a RN Case Manager at AseraCare Hospice. With your vast experience, you know quality care and that’s why we’ve entrusted you to join together with a team of spiritual care coordinators, social workers and counselors. That’s because we know you’ll go to any length for our.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Social Worker(SOC-16-00009)

Hospice of Northwest Ohio. Ohio, Homecare

This position is responsible for the delivery of social work services to Hospice patients and families, which includes the initial psychosocial assessment, ongoing psychosocial counseling, direct casework, bereavement services and community education, outreach and referral. Social Workers are a core member of the Hospice Interdisciplinary team. Performs comprehensive initial and.

Date posted: 09/08/2016.

Start a Non-Medical Home Care Business #end #of #life #hospice

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Start a Non-Medical Home Care Business

We developed our own successful non-medical home care agency. a home health care agency, hospice agency, transportation, GAFC and DME just to name a few. Our home health care agencies are CHAP Accredited and our Non-Medical Home Care Agency is Private Duty Accredited.

  • Setup of Incorporation or LLC, Tax ID and NPI number for your home care business.
  • Human Resources/HR Setup And Hiring Materials including but not limited to one on one training, video training, and customized high quality documents developing all aspects of your human resource department. This includes up-to-date. professionally bound, HR packets as well as other forms and documents.
We Prepare Your Agency For Operation
Operational Forms And Documents:
  • Everything required to successfully operate a home care agency, customized for your business.
  • Policies Procedures In Hard Copy And Word Format:
    • Complete State specific home care policies and procedures, customized by our home care consultants, then professionally designed, proof read and printed by one of the nations leading design firms.
    • **Note: Other home care consultants print their policies on a standard office printer and do not spend the extra time or money to have their home care policies professionally edited by a third party. We are the only home care consultants who will provide your home care policies and procedures to you in Word format so you can make changes to your home care policies when necessary .
  • 1 Year Home Care Software Subscription
    • Provided for you at our cost: ADLware – Home Care Software, developed by the highest rated home health care software company – Kinnser.
    • **Note: Other consultants offer discounted rates, but they will not pay for the software.
  • We Get Your Home Care Agency Licensed
    Complete State Home Care Business License Applications
    • We complete and submit your state’s Home Care Business License Application for you.
  • Pre-license Home Care Survey Preparation
    • Phone reviews to prepare for and assure compliance in your state
  • Home Care Consultation During Live State Survey
    • We make sure we are available to you during your on-site state survey to answer questions and provide support.
  • Completion Of Any Necessary Plans Of Correction
    • After the state home care business license survey, a Plan of Correction may be required as a condition to receive your home care business licensure.
  • Post Licensure Review And Education
    • A Plan of Correction is just the first step to successful licensure. We take the necessary time to help educate you on industry best practices .
    • **Note: Where other home care consultants take on too many clients to allow time for teaching and support, CHC does the work for you and then reviews and teaches you best practices. Our Goal: To assure your compliance beyond the startup process .
  • We Get Your Home Care Agency Accredited
    CHAP Accreditation For Your Home Care Agency.
    • We give all of our home care agency clients the option of becoming CHAP Accredited. This is not a requirement in most states, however, some states, such as New Jersey, are now requiring CHAP Accreditation. Other states, including Massachusetts, will not allow participation in state Medicaid programs, such as MassHealth, unless you achieve CHAP Accreditation.

    We Make Sure You Compete STRONG

    Logo Creation

    Your logo will be provided by one of the nations highest quality healthcare design firms. These logos are customized just for you by a healthcare design firm with a team of marketing experts and graphic designers. Unlike other home care consultants, we pay professionals to produce your marketing materials, not amateurs.

    Brochure Design

    You will receive 1000 professionally designed, high quality, glossy brochures, customized for your home care agency. These are professionally designed and printed trifold brochures.

    Business Cards

    You will receive 1000 professionally designed, high quality, glossy business cards, customized for your home care agency by one of the nations leading healthcare marketing firms. These are not vista print cards, they are high quality and customized for you.

    Professionally Designed Website

    * For ease of use, pricing, and the most time efficient design process, we advise all clients to purchase their website domain and hosting account through

    2 Day Sales and Marketing Home Care Business Training

    Your training will be hosted and presented by one of the best known sales and marketing coaches in the home care and home health care industry. Learn how to earn new patient referral sources and attract private pay, Medicaid and insurance patients. **Caution: Other home care consultant companies offer outdated marketing training from presenters with little actual industry experience. Always ask about training credentials before you buy!

    We Help You Get Paid

    Medicaid Enrollment

    We enroll our clients in state Medicaid programs in applicable states. This is a service in our program. Other home care consultants will “guide” or “assist” you in the process, we do it for you.

    VA Program Billing And Reimbursement Instructions.

    These VA programs allow your home care business to assist veterans who qualify for Veterans Affairs assistance.

    Lifetime Consulting

    While you are taking part in our program and even long after, we are part of your team. We will be by your side to assist you for the lifetime of your agency. and will be happy to answer your questions at no additional cost for as long as your home health care agency is in business.

    Advisory: Some home care consultants make promises they cannot keep. They boast about large client lists, but do not employ enough coaches and staff to be there when you need them? At CHC, we have a team of 12 employees and do not take on more than 6 new home care startup clients nationwide per month in effort to manage growth and maximize customer service. Remember, cheap service isn’t good and good service isn’t cheap.

    Call Us Today At (617) 477-9594 or email our home care consultants by completing the form below. We will teach you what is required to start a home care business in your state and help you take the first step in making your dream a reality.

    Are you interested in starting a home health care business or another type of healthcare business? We can help you with that too!

    Call CHC Today for a No-Hassle, Cost Free Consultation.

    Home Care, Nursing and Personal Support in Toronto and Mississauga – Spectrum

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    Investing in the development of your employees also means taking into account their health. Businesses that proactively promote corporate wellness are more likely to reduce employee absenteeism and increase employee morale, health and productivity. Corporate wellness has the ability to positively increase your employee’s productivity and demonstrates your dedication to the wellbeing of your employees. Let Spectrum Health Care help you build your corporate wellness program by developing customized wellness clinics for you and your staff.

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    Home – Evangelical Lutheran Church in America #motels #near

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    Welcome to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). The ELCA is a church of more than 4 million members who actively participate in God s work in the world. We believe that we are freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor.

    With our hands, we do God s work of restoring and reconciling communities in Jesus Christ s name throughout the world. We are a church that belongs to Christ. There is a place for you here. We live in many different communities, span all ages, cultures and races and bring to this church unique life experiences and perspectives. Seek answers to your questions and discover what God is calling you to in life.

    A congregation is a diverse community of believers who gather for worship, exploring God s word together, mutual care and support, and equipping one another to live and serve in the world.

    More than 4 million members of the ELCA gather in nearly 10,000 congregations across the 50 states, Caribbean and U.S. Virgin Islands. Chances are there is a congregation near you. Find a congregation today and connect with other people who are committed to participating in what God is up to in the world.

    We believe that we all have a calling a vocation to follow Christ s example of serving and loving our neighbor, pursuing justice and peace in the world. The ways in which lay leaders serve this church, their

    communities and the world are as diverse as the strengths, life experiences, interests and skills each person brings with them as part of their unique story. Learn more about yourself, how and where God may be calling you as a leader and what opportunities there are for further preparing yourself.

    Rostered leaders are called, equipped and theologically trained to serve in the ELCA on a roster (or list) to do God s work in the world. There are a variety of rostered leaders, including ordained pastors and different types of lay rostered leaders.

    Rostered leaders work in congregations, special ministries, social service agencies, youth and family ministries, schools and colleges, parish nursing, and wherever God is at work and calling leaders to serve. Do you have a sense that God is calling you to serve? Learn more about the process and opportunities for ministry.

    Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve #motel #key #west

    #lutheran hospice


    LHCR Earns Excellence in Service Award from Leading Age Ohio!

    In recognition of the Mercy Occupational Health Clinic that opened on our campus last year, Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve is this year’s recipient of Leading Age Ohio’s Excellence in Service Award. This award recognizes our willingness to pursue an enhanced quality of life for our employees and a great leadership initiative for our campus. Staff recently received the award at the Leading Age Ohio Annual Conference and Trade show in Columbus.

    After nearly four years of planning, the Occupational Health Clinic opened in the newly renovated area of our campus that was the former resident neighborhood called Sunshine Lane. Charlie Rinne, CEO sought a low-cost means to provide basic healthcare services to a large population of our staff. In addition, it provides new hire physicals, toxicity screenings and the treatment of minor work injuries for our employees and employees from other businesses in the surrounding area. Leasing the space to the Mercy Health System generates additional revenue for our campus and increases our visibility in the community.

    Within steps of their workplace, our employees can receive medical care quickly. Our residents are also beneficiaries of this goodwill because staff will spend less sick time away from the workplace. We are pleased that Leading Age Ohio recognized our campus for this special award. Please view our 90-scond video highlighting the features of this clinic.

    ** LeadingAge Ohio is a nonprofit organization that represents approximately 500 long-term care organizations and hospices, as well as those providing ancillary health care and housing services, in more than 150 Ohio towns and cities. The continuum of care reflected by the member organizations serve an estimated 400,000 elderly Ohioans annually and employ more than 35,000 persons statewide.

    Lutheran Home at Concord Reserve is an independent not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing excellence in health care, rehabilitation and senior living services, including Assisted Living. Concord Reserve is open to individuals of all faiths. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay and several private insurances.

    Take a virtual tour of our beautiful campus. See how we are involved in the community and put our mission into action. Learn more about spiritual life at Concord Reserve, and find the care options that are right for you or your loved one. Finally, schedule a tour and experience all that we have to offer in person. We look forward to seeing you!

    Home health hospice #find #motels

    #home health hospice


    About Us

    Our Company

    For over three decades HOME HEALTH CARE OF HUNTSVILLE, CO has been serving the health care needs of the citizens along the I-45 corridor from Montgomery County to Corsicana. We are proud to be the first hospice care serving these counties for nearly twenty-five years. This locally owned and operated entity takes pride in serving local communities with health care workers from their communities always striving for the highest level of service with all we serve.

    The populations we serve are diverse and we provide four distinct areas of service that allows for clients to obtain comprehensive services all within one agency. The service areas we provide are skilled/therapy care, hospice services, personal attendant services, and private duty care. More details regarding these services are available at the following links: SKILLED/THERAPY, HOSPICE. PERSONAL ATTENDANT, and PRIVATE DUTY.


    To provide committed, compassionate, and competent care respecting the individual inherent worth of each client and their right to informed consent and to direct their own care.

    The Agency Services

    • Short-term skilled nursing and therapy needs. Each individual client service is physician directed by the client’s primary care physician. Services are paid for by Medicare and individual insurance or private pay .
    • End of life palliative hospice care managed by Thee Hospice’s Medical Director and an Inter-Disciplinary Team that assesses and develops a comprehensive plan that addresses medical, emotional, bereavement, and spiritual needs. Services are paid for by Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance.
    • Personal AttendantServices are also provided for clients that have been approved by a case manager of the Department of Aging and Disability Services(DADS). Services are paid for by Medicaid .
    • Private Duty Services are offered and often provide support for patients on Skilled or Hospice services. The services are directed by the person who hires the agency (not physician) and typically involve private pay. There may be some instances where long-term care insurance policies cover these costs.
    • Partnership agreements and contracts involving in-facility care are sometimes entered into with long-term care or assisted living facilities while providing hospice care

    Bluebonnet Home Health and Hospice Staff #motel #miami #beach

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    Our Staff

    Bluebonnet Home Health & Hospice Wellington and Friona, TX

    Payton Darrow RN

    Payton Darrow joined Bluebonnet Home Health & Hospice as a registered nurse in 2008 and was promoted to administrator of both the Friona and Wellington locations in 2010. She began her career as a charge nurse at Collingsworth General Hospital in Wellington, Texas, after receiving her associate degree of nurse science (RN) from Oklahoma State University. She also has a bachelor of business administration from Oklahoma Panhandle State University. Payton was raised in Tucumcari, New Mexico and graduated from Tucumcari High School.

    Bluebonnet Home Health & Hospice – Friona, TX
    Director of Patient Care
    Penny Phillips RN

    Penny Phillips joined Bluebonnet Home Health & Hospice as a registered nurse in 2007 and was promoted to Clinical Manager of Friona Bluebonnet Home Health and Hospice in 2014.

    She began her career as a charge nurse at Parmer County Community Hospital now knows as Parmer Medical Center, after receiving her associate degree of nurse science (RN) from Clovis Community College. Penny was raised in Bovina, TX and graduated from Bovina High School.

    Wesley Nickens, M.D.

    Wesley Nickens, M.D. attended both Texas Tech University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, Texas, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors with a bachelors degree in clinical laboratory science. He earned his medical degree from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine and completed a residency at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Department of Family and Community Medicine, Amarillo, Texas. Nickens served one year as the Chief Resident. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

    Prior to joining Bluebonnet Home Health & Hospice, he maintained a clinic in Amarillo where he practiced family medicine as well as urgent care and emergency medicine. He also worked for a local hospice agency. Nickens was born and raised in the Texas Panhandle town of Borger. He and his wife, Marisol, have five children.

    Bluebonnet Home Health & Hospice
    Friona, Texas office
    304 East 11th Street, Friona, TX 79035
    Office: (806) 247-0057 | Fax: (806) 247-0187 | Toll Free: (866) 662-8057

    Home Health Care Services, Elderly Care in New York NYC #best #deal

    #home healthcare services


    A Quality Home Healthcare Agency for Your Loved One

    We Provide Excellent Concierge Home Care Services

    Concierge Home Care service ensures full coordination of care. Every client is assigned a dedicated Care Manager that works to facilitate communication between the client’s families, caregivers and other healthcare providers. We offer a list of ancillary services. including medical supply ordering, wealth management, pet services, massage therapy and more.

    We Hire the Best Caregivers in the Industry

    Our staff of Bachelors educated prepared Nurses stems from our relationships with some of the top hospitals in New York City, including New York Presbyterian and Weill-Cornell. Their experiences on the critical care floors of these hospitals provide our Nurses with applicable medical skills when they are in the home.

    Our recruiting philosophy, “The Grandma Rule ”, stems from Founder and CEO, Gregory Solometo’s personal experience with his own Grandmother who had suffered with dementia. When interviewing a potential Home Health Aide candidate, our recruiting team asks themselves, ”Could I see this caregiver taking care of my grandmother?” Learn more about our recruiting strategy .

    At Alliance Homecare we believe in hiring team members that maintain high standards. We care for our Home Health Aides and Nurses by paying 40%-100% more than industry average. Learn more about our intensive interviewing process ; with the last round of interviews ending with a one-on-one sit down with our CEO.

    Areas We Service

    Alliance Homecare provides high-quality service to Nassau. Suffolk, New York. Rockland and Westchester Counties.

    Home Health Providers – Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services #cheap #motels

    #home health care providers


    Home Health Providers

    This page provides basic information about being certified as a Medicare and/or Medicaid home health provider and includes links to applicable laws, regulations, and compliance information.

    A Home Health Agency (HHA) is an agency or organization which:

    • Is primarily engaged in providing skilled nursing services and other therapeutic services; Has policies established by a group of professionals (associated with the agency or organization), including one or more physicians and one or more registered professional nurses, to govern the services which it provides;
    • Provides for supervision of above-mentioned services by a physician or registered professional nurse;
    • Maintains clinical records on all patients;
    • Is licensed pursuant to State or local law, or has approval as meeting the standards established for licensing by the State or locality;
    • Has in effect an overall plan and budget for institutional planning;
    • Meets the federal requirements in the interest of the health and safety of individuals who are furnished services by the HHA; and
    • Meets additional requirements as the Secretary finds necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

    For purposes of Part A home health services under Title XVIII of the Social Security Act, the term home health agency does not include any agency or organization which is primarily for the care and treatment of mental diseases.

    A Home Health Agency may be a public, nonprofit or proprietary agency or a subdivision of such an agency or organization.

    1. Public agency is an agency operated by a State or local government. Examples include State-operated HHAs and county hospitals. For regulatory purposes, public means governmental.
    2. Nonprofit agency is a private (i.e. nongovernmental) agency exempt from Federal income taxation under 501 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954. These HHAs are often supported, in part, by private contributions or other philanthropic sources, such as foundations. Examples include the nonprofit visiting nurse associations and Easter seal societies, as well as nonprofit hospitals.
    3. Proprietary agency is a private, profit-making agency or profit-making hospital.


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    Welcome to Our Home Health Care Agencies – Parrish Home Healthcare –

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    Welcome to Our Home Health Care Agencies

    Parrish Home Healthcare (Parrish) is a network of home health care agencies including Parrish Home Healthcare . Our agencies are owned and operated by two nurses whose family name is Parrish and have over 33 years of expertise in home health care. Parrish knows the value of community home health care and its impact on the overall long-term effects to the patient’s disease management. Parrish is also acutely aware of home health care’s vital contribution in cost containment in relations to the total health care picture.

    Parrish strives to maintain the highest level of integrity in the delivery of home health care to your patients. Our standards dictate a thorough needs-analysis will be performed, as well as prompt reports and strict adherence to established care plans. The case manager or referring staff can be assured of prompt response, accurate evaluation, and thorough follow-up consistent with the physician s and family s expectations. Parrish guarantees our patients the highest quality of care, in accordance with the standard of practices developed by Medicare.

    Our Services include:

    • Skilled Nursing
    • Physical Therapy
    • Occupational Therapy
    • Medical Social Worker
    • Nutritionist
    • Speech Therapy
    • Certified Home Health Aide

    We Accept the Following Insurances:


    We look forward to serving you with professionalism and integrity.

    Parrish Home Health Care

    3500 W. Eleven Mile Rd Suite B
    Berkley, MI 48072
    Phone: 248-547-5778
    Fax: 248-547-6077

    Servicing Metro Detroit. Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, St. Clair, and Washtenaw Counties

    Servicing Western Michigan. Kalamazoo, Jackson and Calhoun Counties

    Contact Us

    © 2011-2015 Parrish Home Health Care
    Our compliance is with Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504;
    Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Age Discrimination Act of 1975;
    American with Disabilities Act of 1990.

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    Cotswold House Care Home #home #and #hospice #care #of #ri

    #cotswold care hospice


    About Us

    We are a 48 bedded family run care home situated in Cainscross, Stroud on the Westward Road, registered for residential, nursing and dementia care. Our Home Manager is an RGN who oversees the day to day running of the home.
    We have a trained nurse on duty 24 hours a day and welcome residents for either respite care or on a long term basis. We are able to care for older people over 65 years and occasionally over 55 years.


    The Home is a former vicarage which served St Matthews Church next door and prior to becoming a Care Home, Cotswold House was home to the studio of Animation (Stroud) Ltd which was part of the largest animation studio in the country, making such animated films as the Popeye series and Asterix. Within the last 2 years the home has undergone a £1 million refurbishment programme.

    Our Care Ethos

    We are very committed to giving the highest quality of care to our residents in a calm and relaxed environment, whilst at the same time ensuring they are treated as individuals with the respect and dignity they deserve.


    ‘Very pleased I made the move to Cotswold House. **** seems very settled’

    ‘I have found the manager **** most helpful in all aspects of care and help shown to my mother ****, from the first time I met her when she came to assess my mother at her bungalow before becoming a permanent resident at Cotswold House and from then on has always been helpful’

    ‘The care of my Aunt **** is exemplary. I always arrive unexpectedly and she is without fail always beautifully cared for – thank you. The care of my Uncle **** is very much appreciated. To see him clean, respectable, enjoying his food, baths and liking the staff is such a relief for me. He described his stay ‘like being in a hotel’

    ‘The extension and refurbishment of Cotswold House have massively improved the facility. The communal rooms are excellent’

    Copyright 2011 Cotswold Care Home All rights reserved

    Home hospice care medicare #w #hotel #south #beach

    #home hospice care medicare


    Compassion. Integrity. Excellence.

    Compassus is dedicated to clinical excellence, compassionate care, and providing comfort and support to patients and their families facing end-of-life issues. Focusing on the quality of life remaining, Compassus provides effective symptom control and care that focuses on the whole individual – addressing physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs.

    At Compassus, our mission is to provide hospice care to terminally ill patients and their families with Compassion, Integrity, and Excellence. The Colleagues of Compassus are committed to keeping The Hospice Promise by delivering the highest quality of care, serving the needs of patients and families and spreading the stories of hospice to those whom they come into contact. Our goal is to provide the greatest possible comfort and care for those who experience one of life’s most intimate and challenging moments.

    Compassus also provides palliative care to improve quality of life for patients and families who may also be seeking aggressive treatment for their serious illness. Compassus palliative care services can offer relief from symptoms and pain and a care plan based on your values and needs.


    Every patient is a unique story.
    Read more.

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    Make a difference in someone s life.
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  • VNA Home Health Care Services – Spokane Visiting Nurse Association #hotel #booking

    #hospice of spokane


    Quality, Compassionate Health Care at Home

    VNA Home Health Care Services (also known as the Spokane Visiting Nurse Association) is Spokane’s oldest and most trusted home health care provider. serving our community since 1942. VNA cares for people of all ages, with all medical diagnoses.

    As a Providence Sponsored Ministry, VNA cares for all aspects of the person – physical, mental and spiritual. In addition to meeting the needs of patients, VNA staff focus on teaching and supporting caregivers, family and friends, recognizing their importance in the healing process.

    Care is provided by VNA. regardless of ability to pay. Charitable services are made possible by United Way funding, individual and corporate donations, grants, and planned gifts.

    VNA is part of a continuum of care known as Providence Health Care, which includes Sacred Heart Medical Center, Holy Family Hospital, St.Joseph Care Center, Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories, Holy Family Adult Day Centers, Emilie Court Assisted Living, and health and human service ministries in Deer Park, Chewelah and Colville.

    VNA is governed by a local, volunteer Board of Directors representing the interests of the community. We are state licensed and Medicare certified.

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    Spokane’s Visiting Nurses Since 1942

    A United Way Member Agency

    Bristol Hospice and Home Healthcare is formed #hospice #providers

    #bristol hospice


    Bristol Hospice and Home Healthcare is formed

    VANCOUVER, Wash. Aug. 30, 2012—Prestige Care, Inc. a leader in exceptional senior living and skilled nursing care, announces that it has joined with nationally recognized hospice provider Bristol Hospice, LLC, a subsidiary of Avalon Health Care, Inc. to form Bristol Hospice and Homecare Northwest, LLC which will offer comprehensive home health and hospice care to Portland-area residents and their families. Together they will offer an expanding continuum of care that focuses on a family-centered approach to providing specialized clinical care to hospice and home-care patients by compassionate caregivers and interdisciplinary professionals. The joint venture will operate as Bristol Hospice and Homecare Northwest and will utilize Bristol’s proven care and management model, which is successfully replicated in several regions across the United States.

    “At Prestige, it is our privilege and commitment to personally touch the lives of all of those who are members of our family of care communities,” said Prestige Care President and CEO Harold Delamarter. “In Bristol and its parent organization, Avalon, we’ve found care providers whose care philosophy so closely aligns with our core values that together we’ll provide the highest level of compassion, respect and quality care to residents entering life’s final stages.”

    Prestige’s care philosophy is rooted in a set of shared core values that deliver on a promise to provide exceptional care, guided by a compassionate heart. Across the company, Prestige team members are guided by the four pillars of the company’s core values: respect, integrity, commitment, and trust, and they strive to personally touch lives every day.

    “Our mission to embrace a reverence for life and build a continuum of care that serves the entire community fits seamlessly with Prestige’s values-driven approach to providing quality care,” said Christie Franklin, president of Bristol Hospice and Homecare-Northwest, LLC. “We look forward to growing our relationship in Oregon and beyond in the years to come.”

    The first hospice and home-care programs will be based in Oregon’s Clackamas County. The programs will voluntarily seek Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) status—a process which includes access to and adherence with a set of quality and performance standards geared to drive performance above the minimum standard.

    Bristol Hospice programs provide hospice services to meet the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual needs of patients and their families and caregivers. An interdisciplinary group of professionals and volunteers develops an individualized plan of care which includes, as appropriate, the following services: nursing, physician, home health aide, counseling, spiritual support, therapy, dietary, counseling, volunteers, durable medical equipment, supplies and bereavement services.

    Bristol Homecare programs are focused on the care continuum model. The Homecare Programs are designed to provide the following services: skilled nursing, therapy (speech, physical and occupational), home health aide and medical social worker assistance. “Bristol’s forward-thinking and well-respected approach to home health and hospice care are integral to offering a more complete continuum of care for our residents,” Delamarter said.

    The new company will expand Prestige’s ability to provide comprehensive hospice and home health care to residents within its family of Portland-area senior living, rehabilitation, and skilled nursing centers. Bristol Hospice and Homecare-Northwest services will also be available to residents outside of the Prestige Care network. Learn more at and

    Continuous Home Care – About Us #cheap #motels #near #me

    #continuous care hospice


    Continuous Home Care, Inc. was founded in 1995 with the focus of providing high quality, cost effective, and personalized care to those in need of medical services in the home setting.

    Continuous Home Care, Inc. is owned and operated by Nelia Blanco and William Putman, Jr. both registered nurses with over fifty years of combined nursing experience.

    Our multicultural staff consists of qualified professionals that have been in the health care field for many years. We are pleased with the uniqueness of our staff and their ability to accommodate our patients residing in various ethnic communities. Their diverse backgrounds and experience enable us to provide care to an extensive population.

    We pledge to exclusively abide by superior professional standards and have trained our staff to demonstrate personal service and commitment to our patients. Our goal is to provide the finest home care services to our patients and their families while maintaining their safety, comfort, independence and dignity.

    JCAHO Accredited and Medicare Certified

    24 hour in home care #yosemite #hotels

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    24 Hour In Home Care Services and Caregiver Agency

    Having 24 hour in home care services means you have help round the clock, day and night. This is especially useful if you are elderly, disabled, handicapped or a senior citizen and need help getting into and out of bed every day. A-1 Home Care is Licensed, Bonded and Insured and have been in the business of helping people since 1991. We have highly skilled 24 hour live in Caregivers. Nurse Aides, Senior Companions. Home Helpers. Personal Care Assistants. Home Health Aides and Medical Assistants ready to assist you or your loved one at affordable rates. Our Care Providers can assist with personal hygiene, bathing, grooming, light housecleaning, changing linens, shopping, laundry, errands, meal planning, incontinence, meal preparation, medication supervision, physical therapy, pain management, mental stimulation exercises, pet care, child care and transportation to medical appointments and social activities.

    Call 877-929-8499 today for more information.

    A-1 Home Care specializes in Elder Care. Senior Services. Special Needs Care. Hospice Care. Dementia Care. Alzheimer Care. Parkinson Care. Post Stroke Care. ALS Care, Muscular Dystrophy Care, Diabetes / Diabetic Care. Bipolar / Manic Depressive Care, Multiple Sclerosis Care, Cancer Care and After Surgery Care. Our Caregivers are also able to care for patients with Sundowner’s Syndrome, Wasting Syndrome, Chronic Arthritis Pain, Schizophrenia, short term memory loss, confusion, fall risks, appetite loss, osteoporosis, pneumonia, bed sores, shingles and scabies. We work with Long Term Insurance Companies like John Hancock. Veteran’s Administration. Bankers’ Life & Casualty. Penn Treaty. CALPERS and MetLife Insurance for your ongoing in home care needs.

    For 24 hour in home Alzheimer or Dementia Care, call 877-929-8499 !

    If you are planning to have any type of surgical procedure like knee replacement surgery. hip replacement surgery, rotator cuff surgery, shoulder surgery, spinal surgery, plastic or cosmetic surgery such as Liposuction, Arm Lift, Body Contouring, Body Lift, Breast Augmentation / Lift, Breast Reduction, Rhinoplasty, Thigh Lift, Tummy Tuck we can arrange short term temporary in home after surgery care while you recover at home.

    Call 877-929-8499 for 24 hour after surgery care today!

    In-Home Senior Care and Elderly Care

    A-1 Home Care, A-1 Caregiver Agency A-1 Nannies is a Licensed, Bonded, Insured NON-MEDICAL HOME CARE agency providing part time, full time, live in and live out services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to best meet your needs. We are the Home Care Provider of choice by local doctors, social workers and case managers.Serving Pasadena, Altadena, San Gabriel, San Marino, Alhambra, Monterey Park, Eagle Rock, La Canada, South Pasadena and other cities of Los Angeles County. Our service is about care, compassion and dedication and our rates are extremely affordable. These services include senior caregiver, elderly home care, respite care, nursing home hospice / hospital sitters, care for terminally ill, disabled, handicapped developmentally challenged. Additionally, we also provide nannies, babysitters, homemakers and mother’s helpers for all of your child care needs.


    • Aides
    • Babysitters
    • Caregivers or Companions (Live-In
      / Live-Out)
    • Certified Nurse Assistants (C.N.A.)
    • Certified Home Health Aides (C.H.H.A.)
    • Home Attendants
    • Home Helpers
    • Homemakers
    • Hospital Sitters
    • Live In Caregivers
    • Medical Assistants
    • Mother’s Helpers
    • Nannies
    • Nursing Home Sitters
    • Private Duty Nurse Aides
    • Respite Caregivers
    • Senior Caregivers


    • Basic Health Monitoring
    • Bathing and Hygiene Management
    • Companionship / Support
    • Exercise and Range of Motion
    • Recreational Activities
    • Laundry Linen Change
    • Light Housecleaning
    • Mail Bill Organization
    • Meal Preparation
    • Medication Reminder
    • Personalized Errands
    • Safety Supervision
    • Toileting Incontinence Care
    • Transportation to Medical and Social Appointments


    Springhill Home Health – Hospice in Mobile, AL – Home Care Agency

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    Springhill Home Health Hospice

    Detailed report on the home care agency located in Mobile, Alabama (AL).

    Springhill Home Health Hospice is a for-profit home care agency based at 1725 Springhill Avenue in Mobile, AL. The agency services an area over 1,900 square miles in size with over 490,000 residents. It was certified by Medicare in 1986. A total of 10,407 Medicare visits were made to 235 home care agency patients in 2006. The provider was reimbursed $961,012 for these services.

    Springhill Home Health Hospice offers nursing care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech pathology, medical social, and home health aide services. Patients of this agency are not as likely to get better at walking or moving around, get better at getting in and out of bed, have improvement in bladder control, get better at bathing, get better at taking their medicines correctly, be short of breath less often, have to be admitted to the hospital less often, and need urgent unplanned medical care less often, when compared to other state home care agencies.

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    Physical Therapy Services

    Indicates whether the agency offers physical therapy services. Services may be provided by nurses, therapists, social workers or home health aides. Typical sessions are one hour in length and are on a one to one basis between the patient and the care giver. A mobile clinic or portable treatment equipment may be used.

    6 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    6 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    139 (97.89%) Offer this Service

    8,535 (97.11%) Offer this Service

    Medical Social Services

    Indicates whether the agency offers medical social services. This service helps each patient cope with social, psychological, and medical issues arising from an illness or injury. Care givers often act as a mediator between the patient, family, medical personnel, and community.

    6 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    6 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    117 (82.39%) Offer this Service

    7,155 (81.41%) Offer this Service

    Home Health Aide Services

    Indicates whether the agency offers home health aide services. Aides provide housekeeping, personal care, and dietary services. Typically, records are kept of the services provided and the patient’s condition.

    6 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    6 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    142 (100.00%) Offer this Service

    Better at Walking or Moving Around

    The percentage of patients who get better at walking or moving around. This measure identifies patients’ ability to safely ambulate or propel themselves in a wheelchair over a variety of different surfaces. [5] A higher percentage can indicate a higher quality of care provided.

    Better at Getting In and Out of Bed

    The percentage of patients who get better at getting in and out of bed. The measure identifies patients’ ability to safely transfer themselves in a variety of different situations. For a bedfast patient, the ability to turn and position themselves in bed is evaluated. For a patient who is not confined to a bed, the measure identifies the ability to get in and out of bed, to get on and off a toilet, and to move into and out of a bath tub or shower. [6] A higher percentage can indicate a higher quality of care provided.

    I am the friend of Ana Alvarez and one of her main caregivers. If were not for the generous support and help given to me by Poki (Denise) during the last few weeks Ana couldn’t have stayed home and been with her kids and husband when she left us. You have a wonderful employee in Poki and we lover her dearly.

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    cancer pain and maagement

    my spouse had lung cancer it was small cell and had spread she took 20chemo treatments 5 radiation to brain she was in pain she received pain medication I as care taker at home gave her her medication after she could not receive any more treatments they suggested hospice we really did not know how bad she was times my spouse would say I don’t need my meds she suffered a painfull death because we where not properly educated on what was happening to her body if fell the nurse that came did her best at saying u need to take this or that but not the real truth of what was happing to her body it was so hard we did not make the decision for hospice only way to have that was dnr who knew that that was the right thing to do we did not this must be fixed maybe everyone is not the same make it clear help help

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    1. Home health care: percentage of patients who have less pain when moving around
    2. Home health care: percentage of patients who get better at bathing
    3. Home health care: percentage of patients who get better at taking their medicines correctly (by mouth)
    4. Home health care: percentage of patients who need urgent, unplanned medical care
    5. Home health care: percentage of patients who get better at walking or moving around
    6. Home health care: percentage of patients who get better at getting in and out of bed
    7. Home health care: percentage of patients who had to be admitted to the hospital
    8. Home health care: percentage of patients with improvement in urinary incontinence
    9. Home health care: percentage of patients with improvement in status of surgical wounds

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    Mobile at a Glance

    Mobile has a total population of 198,915, of which 52,771 are children under the age of 18 and 27,273 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 34.3.

    Total Population: 198,915 Median Age: 34.3 Males: 93,015 (46.8%) Female: 105,900 (53.2%) Children (0-17): 52,771 (26.5%) Adults (18-64): 118,871 (59.8%) Seniors (65+): 27,273 (13.7%) Age Breakdown: Married: 76,131 (38.3%) Divorced: 17,752 (8.9%) Marriage Breakdown: Hispanic Ethnicity: 2,828 (1.42%) White: 100,251 (50.40%) African American: 92,068 (46.29%) Asian: 3,022 (1.52%) Pacific Islander: 52 (0.03%) Indian: 487 (0.24%) Other: 1,046 (0.53%) Two or More: 1,989 (1.00%) Racial Breakdown:


    The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.39, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

    Disabilities: 0.39 (Per Capita) Dialysis Centers: 7 Doctors: 1,305 Home Agencies: 6 Hospitals: 5 Nursing Homes: 15 Medical Suppliers: 126 Rehab Centers: 9


    The median family income is $39,752 while the median household income is $31,445. Roughly 20.54% of the population live in poverty.

    Family Income: $39,752 Household Income: $31,445 In Poverty: 20.54%

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    Your patient navigator makes all the arrangements and answers any questions or concerns.

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    Pet Hospice

    What is Pet Hospice?

    Hospice care aims to meet the physical and mental needs of a pet faced with a life-limiting illness. It begins the moment a pet has been diagnosed with a terminal condition and the family has decided not to pursue aggressive, curative therapies. Hospice exists to provide support and care for patients in the last phases of an incurable disease, or at the natural end of life. Pet hospice focuses on caring, not curing. We understand that serious illness profoundly impacts not only the patient but family and loved ones as well. Patients in the last phases of life deserve such care so that they might live as fully and comfortably as possible, and that through appropriate care and the promotion of a caring community sensitive to their needs, patients and their families may be free to attain a degree of mental and spiritual preparation for death that is satisfactory to them.

    Diseases or conditions that warrant hospice care:

    • Cancer
    • Incurable organ failure
    • Osteoarthritis
    • Neurological conditions, including dementia
    • Senior pets reaching the end of life

    What hospice services does Last Wishes provide?

    Hospice care begins with formulating an individualized plan, based on a comprehensive assessment of the patient s and family s needs while taking into consideration the patient s diagnosis, prognosis and available treatment options; the family s values, beliefs and resources; and our hospice team s philosophy and capabilities.

    Here are the goals of our Pet Hospice Program :

    • We provide our patients with a safe, caring, intimate end-of-life experience in a familiar environment, surrounded by loved ones
    • We focus on providing pain control and physical comfort to the pet, as well as educational and emotional support for the family until a natural death occurs or euthanasia is chosen
    • We give families time to adjust to their pet’s progressive disease and help prepare them to say goodbye in the comfort of their own home

    Hospice services include, but are not limited to :

    • Pain recognition and management
    • Oral and injectable medications
    • Fluid therapy
    • Nutritional and dietary therapy
    • Massage and physical therapy
    • Wound care
    • Reducing stress in the environment
    • Household modifications
    • Mental stimulation
    • Recommending non-pharmacological therapies
    • Educating family members on how to perform medical and nursing care at home
    • Educating family members on how to assess and monitor the patient’s comfort level and quality of life
    • Encouraging realistic expectations for the patient s remaining lifetime and the process of dying
    • Grief support

    How do I know if hospice care is the right decision for me and my pet?

    The decision to enter into a hospice care plan can only be made once an owner has consulted their regular veterinarian and carefully considered all the treatment options.

    Many pet parents choose hospice care in order to have the time to say goodbye to their companions, to plan for their death, and to ensure that all the decisions about the pet s needs are guided by their view of the pet s needs. If you have the resources to support comfort care, the time and desire to care for your pet during the last days or weeks of their life, and a good support team in place, then hospice care may be the right choice for you and your pet.

    Helpful links to guide you in your decision making :

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    Michigan HomeCare And Hospice Association

    Established in 1981, the Michigan HomeCare Hospice Association (formerly Michigan Home Care) is the state trade association for providers of home care. The Association provides a unified voice for all segments of home care and promotes high standards of patient care. The Association advocates for the role of home care services within the total health care system.

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    What’s on this site?

    The site contains documents and writing about palliative and end of life care that may be useful to professionals. All documents are reviewed by staff working at Trinity Hospice and deemed appropriate for the site.

    If you use any of the content in presentations or other publications, please ensure that you include a credit to Trinity. If the file does not originate from Trinity, you should include a credit to the original content creator.

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    Please confirm the information from this website with other trusted professionals before taking action. Remember that everyone is different. People with the same diagnosis can experience different problems with their illness.

    Who are Trinity?

    Trinity Hospice, Blackpool provides adult specialist palliative care alongside Brian House Children’s Hospice.

    We also offer a range of associated services.

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    Still not sure how this site applies to you? please discuss with your relative or the person you are caring for. Or contact the doctor, district nurse, hospital doctor or staff at the hospice.

    If you still have questions, Please seek answers from your health or social care professionals.

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    • Provides health care tasks, personal hygiene services, housekeeping tasks and other related support services essential to the consumer’s health.
    • Observes, records and reports all changes to supervisor. All HHA’s must demonstrate competence in performing the necessary skills and only perform those skills on the plan of care.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Performs home management tasks including housekeeping, laundry, shopping and errands
    2. Prepares and serves simple modified diets according to instruction and assists with feeding as necessary
    3. Assists with bathing, dressing and grooming
    4. Assists with toileting, including use of bedpan, commode or toilet
    5. Assists with transfers and ambulation including use of cane, walker, and wheelchair
    6. Assists with medication as specified on plan of care
    7. Provides routine skin care. May assist self-directing consumers in applying nonprescription topical medications to skin surface.
    8. Measures and records vital signs
    9. Collects routine specimens
    10. Obtains consumer’s weight
    11. Assist self-directing consumers in performing maintenance exercise programs
    12. Cares for male external catheter. Assists with the emptying of indwelling catheter care bag.
    13. Assists the self-directing consumer with use of oxygen equipment
    14. Assists a self-directing consumer with the changing a urinary diversion appliance or dressing when the ostomy is mature and stable
    15. Completes all other duties as assigned within the scope of practice


    • Must have a current and valid HHA Certificate
    • Must be at least 18 years of age
    • Must have a phone or a way to communicate to the office daily
    • Must be able to arrive at cases at the required time
      • Some cases require the employee to have a car with a valid NYS DL
    • Must be able to follow the care plan written in the home
    • Must provide proof of
      • Rubella and Rubeola immunization or titer
      • PPD documentation within one year of hire
      • Physical exam- must state that you are able to work with no restrictions and completed within one year of date of hire
      • Preferred high school diploma or equivalency

    Physical Requirements and Working conditions:

    Mental Demands: Job involves performing tasks under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse. Work requires adherence to precise procedures and standards involving a high degree of accuracy in observing, recording and reporting data.

    Physical Demands Appreciable physical effort or strain. Moderately heavy activity. may include lifting, constant stooping and walking.

    Working Environment: Continuous exposure to various disagreeable physical conditions.

    Contacts: Good communication skills required with consumers, family and other employees.

    Position Specifics:

    • Location: Monroe and Wayne County
    • Salary: $9.00 per hour
    • Shift: varies as needed throughout the week and weekend
    • Monday – Sunday
    • Benefits available for eligible employees: Medical, Paid time off, Sick pay, Paid holidays, Dental, Flexible spending, Life insurance, Cancer insurance, Vision, and 401k.

    AAY strives to be a consumer-controlled, organization that is reflective of the community it serves. AAY values diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, cultural or ethnic group membership, disability status, educational level, family status, gender, income, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation. People with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. AAY will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

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    How to Become a Home Health Aide

    Home health aides are a valuable part of any health care team. If you have a desire to make a positive impact on the lives of the sick, disabled, and elderly, this could be a great position for you to consider. Home health aides (HHAs) assist patients with completing important personal tasks such as dressing, bathing and a variety of hygiene needs. Additional aspects of this position include assisting clients to remain safe in their own homes by providing a higher level of assistance with minor cleaning and instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) such as cooking, light housekeeping, and laundry.

    Tasks may include written documentation of patient care performed, patient’s condition, or problems to be reported to a supervising health care professional. In some instances, HHAs also assist with arrangements for transportation and planned leisure activities for clients. Some states allow home health aides to administer medications or check vital signs under the supervision of a health care practitioner such as a registered nurse (RN). Although the administration of medications by HHAs continues to be somewhat controversial, states have been increasing consideration to allow this job function within regulations. States such as Missouri, Arkansas, Colorado, and New Jersey now permit HHAs to perform a wider range of services.

    If a person wants to enter the health care field, the job function as a home health aide offers considerable reward, enabling the individual to focus on providing patients hands-on care with a personal touch. The length of time to obtain education for such a position is much shorter than one might think.

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the overall mean wage for home health aides is $22,400, up from $21,020; that’s an increase of over $1300.00 in just one year. The median salary is $21,380, or $10.28 per hour. Wages vary based on geography and working environment; certified HHAs account for much of the higher reported wages, as a consequence of varying geographic and workplace requirements. The lowest 10% of HHAs earn $17,040 annually, while the highest 10% earn $29,560.

    According to the US News World Report on the Best Health Care Jobs of 2015, home health aide rank #23 as one of the fastest growing positions on their list. As the population ages, so does the need for the level of assistance that can be provided by HHAs. Many seniors prefer to remain in their own homes as long as possible; having the assistance of home health aides supports this option. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that there will be a rapid growth of 48% within this industry between the years 2012 and 2022, which means demand for approximately 424,000 new home health aides. Certified HHAs have more options for employment consideration than those not taking the certification training.



    There are no formal education requirements for home health aides, but most aides do possess a high school diploma. Aides choosing to work in a certified home health or hospice agency are required to obtain formal training and pass a standardized test, often including a hands-on demonstration of competency on associated topics in the presence of a registered nurse. Some preparatory classes are offered at various community colleges or through vocational/technical schools that ensure students meet the educational requirements before they are permitted to work with a client independently. Most classes require students to be at least 18 years of age.


    If formal training is required in the state in which you live, it is often performed by a licensed RN. Some states require the formal training by an RN, as well as the standardized testing and hands-on competency assessment, before an HHA is permitted to work with a client. If your state does not have these requirements, the training can often be instructed by other experienced HHAs or health care professionals with various levels of education, as well as family members. Much instruction in those settings is completed with on-the-job training and return demonstration.

    Educational programs and on-the-job training are beneficial to learn overarching necessary skills; however, each client will have unique needs that may require additional training that lasts from a few hours to a few days, depending on the complexity of the patient’s health care needs. Examples of patient-specific needs may include special dietary needs for those patients requiring dietary/cooking assistance, or specific transfer techniques to ensure patient safety.

    In some states, certified home health agencies may provide the required training classes, the standardized written testing, and hands-on competency assessments in order for candidates to be considered for patient assignments once hired. Standard skill sets include learning basic safety techniques when working with patients, not only to keep the patient safe, but to prevent injury to the HHA when completing tasks such as transfers, bathing and dressing. Training will also include emergency response skills, such as basic first aid training and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The associated expenses with completing these training programs can vary from a couple hundred dollars to nothing at all if the agency is providing the training to new employees.


    Home health aides do not hold professional licensures; however, many employers require their HHAs to be certified, either due to preference or due to state regulation requirements. The certification process includes the successful completion of a minimum of 75 hours of training and hands-on skills. Several states actually require up to 120+ hours. Refer to State-by-State Training Requirements for exact requirements in your state; details can be reviewed either by the map or in an easier-to-understand table format.

    The aide must then pass the standardized written testing, as well as complete a hands-on demonstration of each associated skill appropriately.

    Necessary Skills and Qualities

    Performing the duties of a home health aide can be physically demanding at times. In order to perform this job, a person must be able to lift at least 50 lbs. and must primarily be in good health. Because aides focus on direct patient care, patience is a necessity, as are dependability, effective interpersonal skills, good communication, and effective time management. According to the US Department of Labor (DOL), HHAs sustain on-the-job injuries and illnesses at a higher-than-average rate compared with people in other occupations. Most employers require an applicant to pass a criminal background check that includes checking for elder or child abuse and neglect. The applicant must also complete testing for tuberculosis (TB) and test negative before working with patients. In addition, many employers require drug testing prior to completion of the hire process.

    If you would like to gain the necessary education to become a home health aide, we highly recommend that you check out our free School Finder Tool located HERE .

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    Home Health Aide Jobs

    Home Health Aide Job Overview

    For those who have chronic illnesses, live with disabilities or have severe cognitive impairments, home health aides provide personalized care and help. Having this type of healthcare worker in their homes allows many to keep up some independence and avoid full-time living in nursing home facilities. Depending on state laws, home health aides can even administer medications and check patient vital signs under the direct supervision of a registered nurse or other licensed healthcare professional.

    Home Health Aide Job Education Requirements

    No formal training is usually necessary to accept a job as a home health aide. Most companies require a high school diploma or its equal at the least for qualified applicants. Those working in licensed hospice or home health businesses may need to successfully complete a certified training course from an approved institution and pass an exam. Coursework covers basic life support, CPR, core healthcare concepts, terminology and first aid. Many programs allow home health aides to complete the training program online or in a traditional classroom setting.

    Home Health Aide Job Market

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects the job market for home health aides to grow by 48 percent from 2012 through 2022 — that’s “much faster than average.” The growth of the retirement population in the United States is the chief catalyst for new jobs in this industry. As of 2013, federal research data says that more than 800,000 people in the country work in this field. The largest segment, 332,480 home health aides, work in the home health care services field for larger healthcare companies. New York, as of the same reporting year, employs the largest number of home health aides at 128,480.

    Home Health Aide Job Salary Information

    As of 2013, the mean annual salary for home health aides is $22,050 with a mean hourly wage of $10.60. Pay can increase with length of employment, additional certifications, and experience. Aides can use this job as an entry way into larger managerial opportunities, such as nursing home manager. which come with better pay and benefits.

    The median, or middle 50 percent, of workers in the home health aide field earned slightly less at $21,020 annually, or $10.10 per hour. The highest paying employers for home health aides are physicians’ offices and psychiatric hospitals, which pay $27,490 and $37,380 per year, respectively. The more than 300,000 working directly for home health care service providers earn $21,830 per year, or $10.50 per hour.

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      Welcome to St Barnabas Church of England Primary School. We offer our children a high standard of education within our happy and safe school.

      We are currently accepting applications for places at the school; please contact us on 020 7641 4232 for more information.

    • About St Barnabas

      St Barnabas’ is a Church of England School, founded in 1847 to serve the local community. It has a long tradition of welcoming children from Christian families and from other faiths. We offer our children a high standard of education within a caring and secure environment where honesty, independence and trust are valued.

      At St Barnabas’ we treat children as individuals and are involved with all aspects of their development. We work closely with parents, governors and our local community to offer our pupils a safe and healthy environment where they can develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes to become lifelong learners and responsible citizens.

      We hold Artsmark Gold and the RE Quality Mark (Gold). We are currently working with The Voices Foundation, London Music Masters, the Bach Choir, The Royal Albert Hall and The Soho Theatre on arts projects. All KS2 pupils learn Latin as part of our curriculum and children in KS1 have the opportunity to play the violin at no cost to parents.

      The provision at St Barnabas’ offers opportunities for each child to participate fully in the life of the school. We have high expectations for all our pupils; we encourage them to enjoy their learning, achieve their full potential and become valued and active members of society.
      We have strong links with St Barnabas’ Church and through our Christian ethos we encourage the development of positive values throughout the school community. We develop and nurture our pupils’ spiritual, cultural, moral, political, social and economic development by example and through religious teachings based on Christianity and other World Faiths.

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    Private Home Care Provider

    A Private Home Care provider provides “private home care services” which means an agency that is licensed to provide through its own employees or agents services at a client’s residence that involves direct care to that client and includes nursing services, personal care tasks and companion or sitter tasks:

    Nursing services, provided that such services can only be provided by a person licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse in accordance with applicable professional licensing statutes and associated rules.

    Personal care tasks means assistance with bathing, toileting, grooming, shaving, dental care, dressing, and eating; and may include but is not limited to proper nutrition, home management, housekeeping tasks, ambulation and transfer, and medically related activities, including the taking of vital signs only in conjunction with the above tasks.

    Companion or sitter tasks means the following tasks which are provided to elderly, handicapped, or convalescing individuals: transport and escort services; meal preparation and serving; and household tasks essential to cleanliness and safety.

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    Continue this process by reading the Rules Regulations ;
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    Enforcement of Licensing Requirements . Chapter 290-1-6, et seq. Effective August 16, 1993

    Complete the Application Packet – In order to process your application, ALL of the documents included in the application packet must be submitted; and

    Sign and return the Application Checklist with the entire Application Packet.

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    Care home jobs

    Broadly speaking, regardless of type of job, if you work in a care home you are working to support care home residents. Some jobs are infrastructural administrative or domestic jobs – meaning that you might work on estates, in admin, in the kitchens or as a cleaner (these are not the kind of jobs we list). The rest (and the kind of jobs we do list on this site) centre around service user support, therapy, management, support and care.

    Recently, there has been some discussion of the changing dynamics of societal make-up. We are all starting to live longer and less of us are having babies or living with traditional family units.

    There are currently just over 20,000 care homes in the UK. There was a mass of home closures in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s which prompted concern about the UK’s general ability to cope with the level of demand. Specifically, there were worries about the impact on hospital beds due to vulnerable people having nowhere else to go.

    In Spring 2001, the Office for National Statistics noted that the number of households with 3 generations (i.e. child, parent and grandparent) was under 1%. As a culture, we just don’t look after our elderly within our family homes anymore.

    Government projections expect the number of elderly people to rise by up to 40% by 2031. The Actuary Department expects 36,000 of these to be over 100 years old with 5% of the UK’s total population aged over 85 by 2034. By 2046, it is expected that the number of those aged over 85 will have tripled to 3.3 million people with further increases to 16.8 million by 2051.

    As such, the Government predicts that the number of care home places will need to double to 1.13 million by 2051. The highest increases are predicted to take place within the North-East, South-East and East Anglia.

    With reference to those in care now, current estimates by the Alzheimer’s Society place the number of older people in care homes with dementia at 75%.

    This level of dementia extrapolated alongside the predicted increase in the elderly translates to a great many care home jobs and nursing home jobs opportunities within the next quarter-century. Now, more than ever, the decision to move into care home work is a good one.

    So, what are care home jobs about…. The residents will live in a care home for a real variety of reasons but the fundamentals don’t change. Basic tasks include help with their hygiene, medication regimes, socialisation, trips out and making sure they get enough to eat. Again, it might be that you help with the direct health care or a more supportive role (such as making sure the kitchen is clean enough to cook in!)

    Obviously, care home jobs will be in care homes but the location of these will vary too. Care homes can be found in urban settings, surburban settings and out in the countryside. So whether you’re a cosmopolitan city-dweller, thoughtful nature-lover or snuggled-down surburbanite, you’ll be able to find a care home job near you!

    Do I need special qualifications for this kind of work?

    Well, it all depends on what you want to do! If you’re interested in a standard, entry-level care worker job, then the answer is ‘probably not’. Some places like to see an NVQ in Care (or a related/relevant subject) and often, they’ll want you to undertake an NVQ whilst on the job but, strictly speaking, you aren’t likely to need a special qualification.

    If you’re considering working in care management, then you certainly will need some kind of advanced qualification plus several years in the job. NVQs at Level 4 and 5 are desirable; a degree in health care management is also attractive.

    If you’re considering an in-house therapeutic or nursing position, then you’ll need the requisite qualifications, training and registration. As a nurse, you’ll train for 3 years and then register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council; in a role like occupational therapist, you’ll train again for around 3 years and then register with the Health and Care Professions Council.

    If you want to provide practical services – such as gardening or chef work – to a care home, you’ll likely need qualifications here too. If you’re self-employed, your track record may prove sufficient but for jobs involving hygiene (like cooking or cleaning), you will definitely need to show that you understand the specifics of safe practice and legislative expectations.

    What sort of person suits care home jobs?

    The clue’s in the name….you need to be caring. Care home jobs involve helping some of society’s most vulnerable people so kindness, friendliness, empathy and genuinely caring about their welfare will see you a long way in care home jobs. An easy and open disposition will pout service users at ease and make sure that you’re a great team member.

    Stamina and endurance are often needed too. Hours can be long in care homes – especially if you pull a double shift or have two shifts split by sleeping in at the care home. Sometimes, you may work what is known as a ‘waking night’, where you’ll either need to prepare to be woken regularly or are on a schedule where a service user needs checking regularly.

    Moreover, service users often need support with things like getting in and out or bed or bath. You’ll never be expected to physically lift them yourself (run a mile and report your employer if you are!) but there will be hoist equipment that still requires a bit of effort and concentration.

    Is there much career progression to be found in care home work?

    Absolutely. The clearest path to the top is by working as a support worker. You start out as an entry-level support worker, cut your teeth and move up to senior and then set your sights on management. Within the decade, you could start to consider running your own care home or applying for regional and national management posts with the larger care providers – assuming you’ve kept your studies in management and legislation up to date too.

    You also may find that you want to change career itself whilst remaining in the care home environment – if so, your experience will count for a lot during your course application and with luck, you may even find prior training counts towards your new qualification!

    How to find a care home vacancy right now

    If you want to get onto your job search right now, then just scroll back up the page for an overlook of what we’ve currently listed. If you want to dig a little deeper, go to our advanced job search page. Here, you can alter your search to reflect your career level, location, sector and desired hours to find just the right post for you!

    Alternatively, if your heart’s desire requires some further studying, have a look in our Careers advice area. This has articles about the nature of different social care jobs and profiles covering the courses offered by different establishments – good luck!

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    Home care jobs

    Home care jobs offer an opportunity to work with people in their own homes. It’s about taking care and treatment to people, in situations familiar to them and the surroundings that they feel most comfortable in.

    Home care jobs are, arguably, the key link between healthcare and social care. This is because they enable clients to become independent: to recover, rehabilitate, heal, interact… to cope and lead as normal a life as possible given their social or health issues.

    The relevant point here is that jobs in home care are about providing clients and patients with a degree of support while, at the same time, enabling them to remain independent.

    Why is there so much emphasis on home care?

    Educated estimates of the cost to the NHS to fund long-term elderly care were put at £4.23bn in late 2010. The UK has a growing elderly population. During the first decade of the 21st Century the UK’s health care service saw a huge increase in the number of hospital admissions for those aged over 60. Combine that with the restraints on hospital funding between 2010-2015 and you can see why there’s been such a huge emphasis on the importance of delivering home care in the UK (according to The Times, October 29th 2010, over 75s hospital stays increased by over 60% between 2000-2010). Fulfilling elderly care needs with enough qualified or trained staff will become one of the UK’s biggest recruitment challenges.

    It’s inevitable then that we will see an increase in the number of home care jobs; it’s a trend that is guaranteed to continue. And not just elderly care jobs either. Analysts and healthcare experts feel the NHS will fail if hospital stays are not reduced by increasing focus, funds and energy on social care, whether it is for the elderly or the young, those with learning disabilities or mental health needs. The push for more home care was no doubt one of the drivers behind social care (as an industry) being bundled through the 2010 spending review cuts with relative impunity. It’s felt that the UK Government is hoping to save over £2.5bn by increasing and improving home care.

    So, it is believed, much can be achieved through good home health care: effective clinical treatment, nutritional advice, therapeutic care, rehabilitation… the list goes on. Good home care, organised well, allows resources to be lifted from the responsibility of hospitals, and reducing hospital admissions numbers.

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    Medicare Coverage of Home Health Care

    Progressive health care professionals often encourage people to get out of hospitals and nursing facilities and into their own or family members’ homes while recovering from injury or illness. With less honorable motives, insurance companies also pressure hospitals to release patients earlier so that if they continue to receive care, it will be a less costly variety at home.

    In response to both these movements, many new home health care agencies have sprung up. You’re increasingly likely to find such an agency in your local area. Most are able to provide care for patients who no longer need high-level care in a hospital but who still require part-time nursing or rehabilitative therapy.

    When Medicare Will Cover Home Health Care

    For your home heath care to be covered by Medicare, your situation must meet this list of requirements.

    • Your doctor must have prescribed home health care for you.
    • You must require part-time skilled nursing care or physical, speech, or occupational therapy.
    • The home health care must be provided by a Medicare-approved agency.
    • You must be confined to your home by an injury, illness, or other medical condition. (If you need nursing care or other medical services but you are physically able to leave home to receive it, you might not be eligible for Medicare home health care coverage.)
    • Your doctor must help set up a care plan in cooperation with the home health care agency.

    Medicare sometimes used to also require that your condition be expected to improve with home health care, but a recent change allows you to qualify for home health care just to maintain your condition or to slow deterioration of your condition.

    If you require full-time nursing care, Medicare will not approve home health care, but it could cover a skilled nursing facility. For more information, see our article on Medicare coverage for skilled nursing care .

    What Medicare Will Pay For

    Medicare Part A pays 100% of the cost of your covered home health care, and there is no limit on the number of visits to your home for which Medicare will pay. Medicare will also pay for the initial evaluation by a home care agency, if prescribed by your physician, to determine whether you are a good candidate for home care. (Note that Medicare Part A only pas for home health care that follows a prior three-day hospital stay. Otherwise Medicare Part B (medical insurance) pays for home health services.)

    Medicare will pay for 100% of the following services related to home health care:

    • part-time skilled nursing care—usually two to three visits per week in a plan certified by a physician
    • physical therapy
    • speech therapy, and/or
    • occupational therapy.

    If you are receiving home health care for one of the above, Medicare can also pay for:

    • personal care by part-time home health aides
    • medical social services, and
    • medical supplies and equipment provided by the agency, such as a hospital bed, a walker, or respiratory equipment.

    What Medicare Will Not Cover

    Medicare will not pay for a number of services sometimes provided as part of home health care, including:

    • drugs and biologicals administered at home
    • personal care by part-time home health aides if this is the only care you need
    • meals delivered to your home
    • housekeeping services, or
    • full-time nursing care.

    If you require durable medical equipment, such as a special bed or wheelchair, as part of your home care, Medicare will pay only 80% of the costs.

    For more information on Medicare coverage of home health care, read Medicare’s online publication Medicare and Home Health Care at

    Pros and Cons of Home Health Care

    The benefits of properly administered home health care can be enormous. The fact that Medicare will pay for an unlimited number of home health care visits — with no copayments — makes home care a very good financial value compared to recovery in a hospital or nursing facility—in addition to the recuperative benefits of being at home.

    Being in your own home or even that of a friend or relative is often more conducive to a speedy recovery than the impersonal and sometimes frightening environment of a hospital. You have familiar things around you, your friends and family can come and go without worrying about “visiting hours,” and they can lend a hand with your care. You have greater privacy and are free from dreadful hospital routines and late-night noise and lights.

    On the other hand, home health care is not always the best solution. Hospitals sometimes push people out the door before they are well or strong enough, and as a result the people may take longer to recover at home, or suffer more pain and discomfort at home, than they would have if they had remained in the hospital just a few days more. This is particularly true when a patient does not have family or friends available to supplement the care provided by a home care agency.

    Finding a Home Health Care Agency

    If you are interested in home health care after a stay in the hospital, or as an alternative to a stay in a hospital or nursing facility, contact a home health care agency recommended by your doctor or the hospital discharge planner. The discharge planner can even contact an agency for you. You may also get help in locating home health care agencies from a community health organization, visiting nurses association, United Way, Red Cross, or neighborhood senior center. lists home health care agencies in your area and allows you to compare the quality of their service depending on past performance.

    How to Start Home Health Care

    If your doctor has not mentioned home care to you but you feel it would be a good idea, make your wishes known. If you are looking at a long period of convalescence, home health care can be a better alternative to a long siege in the hospital or nursing facility. Most doctors will prescribe home care, can give you a referral to a Medicare-approved agency, and will cooperate with the home health care agency.

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    What is Private Duty Home Care?

    In-home care is one of the greatest long-term needs for seniors with chronic illness or for those who are unable to attend to themselves. Private duty home care is one option that may fit your loved one’s needs. This type of home care can come from an agency or you may hire a private caregiver. The question is: What is private duty home care?

    Private duty home care is just a sub-set of general home care. Caregivers can provide a broad range of services. from medical and nursing care to bill paying and transportation services. Their goal is to provide whatever the senior and their family needs in order for them to remain independent in their own homes. Some services provided by private duty home caregivers are:

    • Personal care – bathing / dressing, hygiene, transfers, and ambulation
    • Homemakers / companions
    • Meal preparation
    • Medication reminders
    • Caregivers trained for clients with specialized conditions such as Alzheimer’s Disease, hospice, end of life or other needs
    • Transportation for shopping, doctor’s visits or other needs

    Private duty home care may differ from traditional home care because of the payment method. Also known as insurance-paid in-home services, there are usually two types of approaches for payment:

    1. Full coverage medical insurance where the insurance company pays the claims for their customers
    2. Medicare supplemental insurance where a medical insurance policy either supplements the customer’s Medicare insurance or takes the place of Medicare insurance

    With private duty paid in-home services, some patients pay for in-home services out of their own pocket, or from a long term care insurance policy. Additionally, there are a number of hybrid forms of payment methods including various combinations of the commonly used insurance, Medicare, Medicaid and private duty. Private duty home care is a great way for your loved one to stay independent and receive professional care. Being looked after by a professional also inserts a new companion in your loved one’s life.

    So now when someone asks, “What is private duty home care?” you can confidently provide an answer. For more information on what private duty home care includes, visit the Private Duty Home Care Association website, or contact a Comfort Keepers representative to help you find a location offering these services near you.

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    Methanol is formed when fermenting beverages high in pectins – eg grapes and berries. Starting with a grain or sugar based wort, in a clean fermentor with a yeast culture from a well aereated source will result in small/none formed.
    Carl from Hambletonbard (makers of Alcotec yeasts) details.

      Methanol, you will typically get around 2 or 3 parts per million (or milligrams per litre if you prefer) of methanol produced during fermentation of a standard 6kg type Alcotec – this is extremely low even compared to commercial products. We don’t have a great deal of data on methanol because whenever we have tested for it we have got extremely low results.

    Mike explains about the pectin.

      The methanol comes from the pectin, which mainly composed of methyl esters of galactose. When pectin breaks down, by enzymes introduced by microorganisms, or deliberately introduced, the methyl esters combine with water to produce methanol, so the aim should be to leave the pectin well alone if you can.

      I think Jack would agree that what he means is that fermenting at a high temperature, or adding pectin enzyme, or trying for an abv higher than 12% all increase the risk of methanol being produced, so his advice about low temperature fermentation, adding no exra enzymes, and a target lower than 12%abv is all good stuff.

    You are already being exposed to methanol from other sources. Some fruit juices are naturally high in methanol – for example apple juice can have 0.2-0.3% methanol, or if derived from pulp by enzymatic degradation, the levels can be 2 to 3 times higher.

    The lethal dose of methanol is at least 100 ml that is equal to about 80000 mg or you need 27000 liters of mash at least to get that amount.

    also from the webpage: “Dietary surveys have shown that an extreme consumer of orange juice drinks slightly over 2 litres/day. The estimated maximum intake of methanol based on this consumption would be 455 mg for a 60 kg adult which is below the maximum advisory intake of 600 mg per day for a 60 kg adult, recommended by the Department of Health.”

    So if we stay under 600 mg per day we are safe, that’s the same as 200 liters of mash per day or about 70 liters of 40% alcohol per day if you weight is 60 kg.

    total amount of methanol in mash expressed in ml is about 0.1 ml = nothing.

    Jack comments.

      The Long Ashton Research Station did some studies that showed that ciders and apple juices clarified with pectic enzymes are higher in methanol due to the demethylation of juice pectins. The methanol content varied from 10 to 400 ppm in the test samples. I don’t know which fruits are highest/lowest in pectin content, but apples are commonly considered the highest.

      This is why all the old books on cider making refer to a condition called “apple palsey” – it’s the massively painfull hangover from the high methanol content. In order to prevent this (I’m sure distilling the pectin turns it into methanol) distillers must fully clarify any fruit wine before cooking it. Rather than use clarifiers, put the wine into 2 or 4 liter plastic jugs (only filled half full) and freeze them solid, then thaw them out, this will result in perfectly clear (and chill- stabilized) wine ready for distilling. After the thawing is complete or maybe as much as a week after, the wine will be crystal clear.

    Stephen Alexander reports that commercial spirits contain small levels of methanol. ‘Food Chemistry’ by Belitz more methanol is produced in fruit fermentation than in grains. Brewers do not remove the methanol in beer and wine because methanol is not especially toxic at low concentrations. You are looking at between 0.4%-1% methanol in wines and brandies and smaller amounts in beers. Distillers remove almost all the methanol in most cases. Ever notice how vodka produces clean hangovers and wines (particularly reds) give you very nasty hangovers? Methanol. That, and dehydration!

    Methanol is an especially nasty type of alcohol because the body tries to break it down the same way it metabolizes, or breaks down, ethanol, the type of alcohol in beer, wine and other drinks. Metabolizing ethanol produces chemicals less toxic to the body than alcohol. Unfortunately, if the same chemical action is performed on methanol the result is formic acid, lactic acid and formaldehyde.

    Formaldehyde attacks nerve cells, especially the optic nerve and can damage the liver and kidneys. Formic acid and lactic acid also attack the kidneys and liver. Most people who have drunk methanol die of severe and sudden kidney and liver failure.

    Chronic methanol drinking will cause optical damage. The stories of moonshine causing blindness comes from U.S. prohibition times where some bootleggers used to cut moonshine with methylated spirits to increase profit.

    Gregory writes:

      It isn’t the yeast that controls methanol, it’s what you’re fermenting. I believe yeast has very limited metabolic pathways around methanol. Quoting from –

      “Basically it can be produced biologically in 2 ways; through the oxidation of methane by methane monooxygenase, or by the reduction of formaldehyde, by methanol dehydrogenase (and this reaction normally works in the reverse direction).

      It’s true that some methanol can be produced during fermentation, but this is not derived from the ethanol or by carbohydrate oxidation. It is produced in small amounts, either by non-enzymatic reactions or through the reduction of formaldehyde.”

      Methane isn’t present in our washes, so the culprit is formaldehyde. I believe the pectins in fruit are methylated and can break down in the wash into formaldehyde. But so long as your wash has only pure fermentable carbohydrates, you can expect essentially zero methanol. There’s a bit more in this discussion of methanol here:

      Ethyl acetate, OTOH, is produced spontaneously whenever acetate is present with ethanol. There are several possible sources of acetate during fermentation. In general, acetate is formed by oxidation of ethanol. (In fact, acetate is the ‘end-product’ of our own metabolism of ethanol). In fermentation, oxidation of ethanol into acetate can happen as a result of desperate yeast metabolizing its own ethanol, or by contamination with other yeasts or bacteria. ?>

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    Brinks home security systems were bought by ADT Security Services in 2010.

    Details of the Merger

    Brinks Home security spun off into a separate entity from Brink’s company in 2008. The Brink’s Company had the residential and commercial security installation business which was Brinks Home Security/Broadview security. The other aspect of the Brink’s Company is the well known cash transport business. Brinks Home Security was rebranded as Broadview Security in June 2009.

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    Brinks/Broadview was bought by ADT in 2010 for $2 billion. Broadview security has been rebranded as ADT. The merger brings together about 6 million accounts, with about 1.3 million accounts, coming from Broadview/Brinks.

    The Brinks/Broadview accounts have been known for low attrition rates. Their customers were less likely to switch or stop their security services.

    To make the consolidation work, ADT will most likely consolidate monitoring operations and make cuts in administrative back-end positions.

    About ADT

    With the merger, ADT now has about 40-50% of the residential security services market. They are the main player within the industry. ADT already has a strong presence within the commercial security market.

    ADT is owned by Tyco International Ltd. Tyco is a diversified and global company. Tyco is a leading provider of security products and services, fire protection, valves and controls, and other industrial products. Tyco has about $187 billion in sales.

    What does the merger mean for new and existing Brinks customers?

    Brinks home security systems had the highest ratings regarding customer attrition in the industry. Their customers were satisfied with the services of the company. Brinks had a low percentage of customers who switched to another security company.

    There is a possibility that past Brinks customers will not get the same level of service as before. Even if ADT is committed to taking care of their customers, Brinks had different strategies and tactics in working with their customers that were successful. ADT will most likely continue to operate based on the same customer principles as before.

    Concerns of Merger

    There are also concerns regarding the potential outcomes of the merger and the possibility of disrupting operations and customer service.

    First, ADT will most likely be consolidating alarm monitoring operations. Brinks had two centers within the US and the previous ADT had five.

    If ADT has the right systems in place, consolidating operations should not be a problem. They need to ensure that their computer systems are well integrated. They also need to make sure that they have enough personnel to handle the monitoring.

    Second, ADT will be cutting administrative personnel to ensure that they get a return on their investment. Most of the cuts will be in positions where customers will not be affected. Hopefully, there will not be any cuts in customer service personnel.

    Increased Competition?

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    There has been major consolidation at the top of the home security market. ADT is the ‘top dog’ within the market.

    But this can also be a boon to both consumer and smaller security companies. There will be consumers who do not want to use ADT’s services and they will be looking for other companies to use.

    There is also an opportunity for smaller companies to provide innovative security services. They are nimble and agile enough to provide these types of services more quickly than a huge company like ADT can.

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    Why you should avoid home warranty choices

    It’s possible that you’ve bought your share of home warranties—service contracts that promise to cover appliances and other items that break down in your home. You probably should not have. A recent complaint consumer officials in New Jersery filed against Choice Home Warranty in Edison, N.J. illustrates why.

    The state’s complaint says that far too often, warranty claims are denied because the company says the problem was pre-existing. Or, the claim is denied because the consumer can’t prove that a broken item was properly maintained. We’ve seen consumers raise these issues in the past in connection with home warranties and other types of service contracts.

    In this particular case, New Jersey officials say that Choice Home Warranty repeatedly made it difficult if not impossible for consumers to realize the benefits of their so-called warranties, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs said in a statement announcing the complaint. which was filed in state superior court in Middlesex County.

    The state said the company, which sold coverage in at least 25 states, denied claims even when technicians said covered products had been property maintained or that a problem wasn’t pre-existing or caused by a lack of maintenance. For some claims, the state said, the company demanded that customers provide years of maintenance records.

    While the coverage required the company to replace products that couldn’t be repaired, the state said the company offered consumers cash buyouts for hundreds of dollars less than it would cost to replace the item. And in some cases, local technicians dispatched to handle claims refused to respond, saying the company failed to pay them for their previous service.

    In a statement, Choice Home Warranty said that it denies the allegations and will vigorously defend itself against them. The company also said it has paid tens of millions of dollars in claims for repairs and replacements and that the consumers who complained represent are small fraction of its customers.

    Choice Home Warranty has an F rating from the Better Business Bureau because of 957 complaints, the time it took the company to resolve the issues, and the New Jersey complaint.

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    We recommend avoiding service contracts, even those provided by companies that have no record of engaging in such shenanigans. The reason is that coverage for contracts that cover homes and cars, for example, can cost hundreds of dollars.

    We also believe that it makes much more sense to buy reliable products and maintain them as the manufacturer recommends. Do that, and there’s a good chance you won’t need to make any significant repairs before the product becomes obsolete. Put the money you otherwise would use to buy a service contract into a savings account or product repair-and-replacement fund.

    If a product breaks after the express warranty expires, there are many other ways you may be able to obtain a free or low-cost repair. Many credit card issuers automatically extend the manufacturer’s warranty for an extra year or so for most products you buy using their card. Many companies also have goodwill programs and service campaigns that provide free or low-cost repairs or product replacement for items that fail in an unreasonably short time.

    And under the so-called implied warranty of merchantability. which automatically accompanies many purchases under state laws, retailers and/or manufacturers may be legally required to address a product defect even if the express warranty has expired. Finally, manufacturers generally must initiate recalls and provide free repairs for safety-related defects.

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    Union First Market Bank Online Banking Information – Union First Market Bank


    Union First Market Bank Online Banking & Locations

    Union First Market Bank is one of the thousands of banks licensed to do business in the United States. General and financial information for the banking operations of Union First Market Bank are provided below.

    Union First Market Bank Online Banking Information

    Union First Market Bank Details

    • Union First Market Bank Headquarters: Richmond, Virginia
    • Union First Market Bank U.S. Offices: 133
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    • Union First Market Bank Total Deposits: $5,649,009,000
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    What Does It Take To Sell Your Own Home? #selling #your #own


    What does it take to sell your own home?

    Selling your own home

    If you want to sell your own home without parting with thousands of dollars in commissions to real estate agents, consider the for-sale-by-owner, or FSBO, process as a way to save money.

    Doug Perlson, founder of RealDirect, a New York City company that helps FSBO sellers market their homes, says many owners who paid top dollar for their properties a few years ago are finding that the drop in real estate prices in the wake of the housing bubble makes it harder for them to come up with the funds for closing.

    A for-sale-by-owner approach is appealing because every dollar saved is that much more important when you re selling for less than you ultimately paid, he says.

    In 2011, 10 percent of home sales were FSBO sales, according to the National Association of Realtors. Selling your own home requires more time and effort than working with a traditional agent, says Perlson. But it s worth researching the pros and cons if you seriously want to sell your own home.

    Here s a look at factors to consider if you re thinking about selling your own home FSBO.

    Money-saving potential

    The biggest reason people sell FSBO is the potential to save money, Perlson says. Sales commission paid to a real estate agent is often as high as 6 percent. Avoiding this fee is the only way many owners can afford to sell, he adds.

    Saving money is a huge plus, but there are also some drawbacks to FSBO home sales, says Katie Wethman, a real estate agent in McLean, Va. Owners still have to spend some money upfront, and they also have to spend time and effort marketing their property without a guarantee they will find a qualified buyer.

    It s a given that sellers will have to design and print fliers, yard signs and other marketing material on their own. But according to Perlson, it can also cost sellers up to $400 a month to get their home listed in various Internet home sales sites and a local multiple listing service, or MLS.

    A commitment of time

    Homeowners also have to take time to stage their property, take photos and write descriptions for their listing, Perlson says. Instead of handing the keys to a real estate agent to handle showings and open houses, FSBO sellers are responsible for being available to potential buyers. This can mean staying home on nights and weekends so potential buyers can visit.

    The work and time commitment really comes around showings, Perlson says. Sellers can set their own schedules, so they don t necessarily have to be available every evening. But it is important to be as accommodating to potential buyers as possible, he adds.

    Dealing with low offers

    The seller hopes to save money, but if a buyer makes an offer on an FSBO, it could be lower than what the owner hopes for. The buyer may want to participate in the savings, Wethman says.

    If a potential buyer has his own agent, he may not even consider an FSBO home unless the owner is willing to pay the agent s commission, according to Perlson. That s because the seller s agent would normally split his fee with the buyer s agent, so with a FSBO, the owner takes the place of the seller s agent, he explains. If you agree to the sale, expect to pay around 3 percent of the purchase price to the buyer s agent.

    Your net proceeds would lower, but there is a benefit of working with buyers agents because it can expand your pool of prospects, Perlson says. If you re going to get the highest possible price, you need to have the most potential buyers.

    Legal disclosures

    Even after you agree on a price, you still need to prepare the sales contract, says Shawn Christopher, a real estate attorney in Henderson, Nev. The contract should list the responsibilities of both the buyer and seller, terms of the sale, and how the transfer will take place.

    He adds that if you don t disclose problems before the sale, such as a foundation crack, roof leaks or mold, the buyer may try to seek legal action later when they find out about the problem.

    This may be avoided if the seller hires an attorney to review their contract and even conduct the closing, he says. Some states require the use of an attorney for the sale. Typically, lawyers charge $300 an hour or more for their services, Christopher says, but the cost of good legal help is worth it.

    Potential FSBO home sellers should make sure they research their market and assemble a skilled team to help, Wethman says. No one thinks they need a professional until something goes wrong.