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The Superfood Super Guide for Super Seniors

By | on 04, Mar 2015 |   Senior Living Elderly Care Private Duty Agency Software

We're taking a break from the usual topics we cover surrounding care transitions and home care, though this topic does relate directly to home care/eldercare.  We're happy to present guest blogger, Fe[...]

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Winter Weather Watch List - Caring for Your Senior This Winter

By | on 02, Mar 2015 |   Senior Living Elderly Care Private Duty Agency Software

We're taking a break from our typical topics of care transitions and home care and happy to bring back a guest blog from Chicago-based freelance blogger and writer Beth Kelly.  Beth's bio is below.

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6 Fall Activities for the Elderly and Caretakers

By | on 14, Oct 2014 |   Aging Elderly Care Private Duty Agency Software fall activities

By Beth Kelly Fall is the most nostalgic season, evocative of cool days spent picking apples, carving pumpkins, and walking through the woods. When older adults cannot do extensive amounts of physical[...]

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Care Transition Program Differentiates Home Care Company

By | on 24, Jul 2014 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Elderly Care Care Transitions Avoidable Readmissions

One key to successful growth in a home care business is to differentiate.   We share other success factors in our free white paper, The 7 Habits of Highly Successful Home Care Agencies.  In this blog,[...]

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5 Cutting-Edge Aging in Place Technologies for Seniors and Retirees

By | on 09, Jul 2014 |   Elderly Care Aging in Place Technology home monitoring

Today we're taking a break from our typical topics of care transitions and home care to bring you a guest blog from Chicago-based freelance blogger and writer Beth Kelly.  Beth's bio is below.

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3 Reasons to Institute a Home Health Aide Training Program

By | on 02, Jul 2014 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Elderly Care

We want the readers of this blog to be highly successful.  We generally focus on three topics 1) Helping home health agencies thrive by expanding into home care and care transitions, 2) Helping everyo[...]

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Will the Top 6 Components of a Home Health Visit Change in 10 Years?

By | on 05, Jun 2014 |   Readmissions Elderly Care Care Transitions Accountable Care Organizations ACO

I found an interesting graphic on the website for the Healthcare Intelligence Network (www.hin.com) that itemizes the top components that occur in a home health visit.

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7 Tips for Marketing Your Home Care Agency with Public Speaking

By | on 27, May 2014 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Elderly Care Home Care Best Practices

We often blog about how important it is for your home care agency to stand out from the crowd.  I've heard stories like "I visited 3 agencies and they all pretty much had the same 3-fold brochure so I[...]

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Care Transitions Must-Read: Raising the Bar for Elderly Care At Home

By | on 13, Apr 2014 |   Elderly Care Health Care Reform Care Coordination thought leadership transitional care home monitoring

I generally read fifteen to twenty articles about advancements in elderly care each week, then I choose the two that I believe will be most interesting to the Ankota blog audience (mostly home health [...]

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Four Challenges for Home Care Start-ups (and How to Overcome Them)

By | on 09, Apr 2014 |   Home Care Entrepreneurship Starting a Home Care Business Elderly Care Home Care Blogs

In yet another great post from Home Care Consultant Ginny Kenyon, she clearly articluates four challenges for home care start-ups.  The chalenges are enumerated here and more detailed remedies are ava[...]

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