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Tech Ownership Among the Elderly

By | on 02, Jul 2019 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Aging in Place Technology laurie orlov home care technologies

I have a lot of respect and admiration for Laurie Orlov who is an industry consultant and recognized expert on technology for aging in place. I've had the opportunity to meet Laurie a number of times [...]

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Thoughts on Tech Design from Aging in Place Technology Watch

By | on 05, Jun 2019 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Aging in Place Technology laurie orlov home care technologies

I have a lot of respect and admiration for Laurie Orlov who is an industry consultant and recognized expert on technology for aging in place. I've had the opportunity to meet Laurie a number of times [...]

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5  Boomer Businesses to Know from Aging in Place Technology Watch

By | on 02, May 2019 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Aging in Place Technology laurie orlov home care technologies

I have a lot of respect and admiration for Laurie Orlov who is an industry consultant and recognized expert on technology for aging in place. I've had the opportunity to meet Laurie a number of times [...]

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4 Home Care Insights from Aging in Place Technology Watch

By | on 26, Mar 2019 |   Private Duty Agency Software Home Care Best Practices Aging in Place Technology laurie orlov home care technologies

I have a lot of respect and admiration for Laurie Orlov who is an industry consultant and recognized expert on technology for aging in place. I've had the opportunity to meet Laurie a number of times [...]

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Aging in Place Safely: Modern Technologies are Helping Seniors

By | on 26, Mar 2018 |   Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology aging safely technology for seniors

Aging is a part of life, but it doesn’t mean that you want to give up the comforts of your own home. In fact, according to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 87 percent of seniors who[...]

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3 Natural Ways To Improve Your Home Health Patient's Well-Being

By | on 10, Jan 2017 |   Private Duty Agency Software Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology February 2017 Newsletter

Today's guest post is from Emma Sturgis.  Emma is a freelance writing currently living in Boston, MA. She writes most often on education and business. To see more from Emma, you can connect on Twitter[...]

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3 Ways Home Care Agencies Can Help Clients Avoid Financial Scams

By | on 14, Dec 2016 |   Private Duty Agency Software Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology January 2017 Newsletter

 Constance Brinkley-Badgett is an editor and writer at Credit.com. Prior to joining us, she worked as an editor for MSN.com, senior digital producer for CNBC, and digital producer for NBC Nightly News[...]

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11 Tips on Strokes for Home Care from WebMD

By | on 24, Oct 2016 |   Private Duty Agency Software Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology

WebMD pubished a useful article entitled, "Tips for a Caregivers of Someone Who's Had a Stroke," that offers a series of in-depth suggestions for how to support a loved one (or client) who has suffere[...]

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Can Your Home Care Agency Compete with Start-ups with $40M in Funding?

By | on 12, Sep 2016 |   Private Duty Agency Software Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology Care Transitions October 2016 Newsletter

We've shared with you several stories about well funded home care start-ups with big venture capital money.  The "big three" are Honor, Home Team, and Home Hero. If this is the first you're hearing ab[...]

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The Right Path to Paying Home Care Caregivers $15/hour or More

By | on 21, Jul 2016 |   Private Duty Agency Software Aging in Place Technology Home Care Technology Care Transitions August 2016 Newsletter

There's been a lot of talk and press about getting home care caregivers to a $15/hour wage, which equates to an annual income of roughly $30,000 per year. There's even a movement called Fight for $15 [...]

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