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Home-Based Medical Care: A Benefit to Patient and Caregiver

By 2030, the United States will have more 65-and-older residents than children. The 80-and-older population is growing the fastest and is more likely to be homebound or home-limited. Additionally, with women as the primary medical decision-makers for most families, being homebound adds another barrier to accessing care as they juggle responsibilities for their elderly parents.…
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What are Mobile Medical Services?

Did you know that women in the United States make approximately 80% of the health care decisions for their families? And many of them are managing the care of aging parents while raising children of their own and working full-time jobs. Some days, they just need to catch a break! Mobile medical services can help.…
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What is a Case Manager?

Many case managers describe themselves as being a stand-in adult child to their clients. For those seniors who have children who live far away or don’t have any available family members, a case manager is an ideal helper in the aging process. Case managers are professionals who act as a guide and advocate for their…
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