Wearing masks or face coverings has become the new normal a while ago. Last week it has grown to a governmental requirement for a growing number of states, in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
With everything happening around the world, sometimes it feels like we are just drowning in negativity as the news constantly presses the worst reality that is happening globally.
On March 22, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued an Order requiring that all non‐essential workers across the state must stay at home. Nevertheless, the Governor has designated All Heart Home Care Agency and companies working in the health care and home care industries as essential businesses. This means that All Heart Homecare employees have a special responsibility to maintain their normal work schedule during this State of Emergency. For Home Health Care Aides this means the following:
We all have so many questions lately on what’s going on with COVID-19 and, honestly, it can be pretty overwhelming. It seems like everything around us is getting canceled and closures have become an ever-growing list. Kids are out of school, parents are remotely working, if not, many of them are even laid off from their jobs as the tensions are rising.
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All Heart Homecare Bonuses
All Heart Homecare Agency is the place where we want to make our employees feel confident and comfortable. Did you learn about our new bonuses we offer to our home attendants?
It’s a fantastic opportunity to get a $300 bonus! Simply refer a new patient to our agency.
A bed-bound patient is someone who has become very weak and is no longer able to move easily, instead, they are confined to their bed. By becoming bedridden, it doesn’t only take a toll on the patient’s life, but also those who take care of him or her. As a caregiver, it is essential to learn how to properly take care of a bed-bound patient, both physically and emotionally.
Did you know that prevention against substantial glaucoma damage is key to promoting healthy eyes to our aging parents? If you are a caregiver, a potential client, an aged person or a child of aging parents, the information provided in this content is meant to help you understand glaucoma prevention and risk factors to promote good eye health.
Today we will show you how to fill out a time sheet.