VENICE, Fla. (May 8, 2020)—Marrelli & Associates, Inc. announced the availability of the Home Health Care Planning App. This app supports simple, comprehensive, on-the-go development of care plans to help clinicians care for home care patients and their caregivers.
CERRITOS, Calif. (January 16, 2020)—A new survey from CareMore Health suggests that the resurgence of the house call could enable higher quality and more accessible care for people living with chronic conditions, while also alleviating caregiver burden. The survey, conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of CareMore and Aspire Health among 2,009 U.S.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 13, 2019)—As part National Aging in Place Week events, the National Aging in Place Council (NAIPC) published a new handbook titled The Costs of Aging that is available to the public for free on the ageinplace.org website.
LOS ANGELES (September 27, 2019)—Arosa+LivHOME has signed an agreement to acquire LifeLinks, a provider of Aging Life Care services in Raleigh, North Carolina and Nashville, Tennesee. This marks Arosa+LivHOME’s sixth acquisition since January and entry into its sixth state, Tennessee.
PAWTUCKET, R.I. (August 15, 2019)—Ageless Innovation LLC, a global company devoted to reimagining how people positively live and age together through the power of play, is proud to announce its Joy for All Companion Pet Kitten has been named a recipient of the 2019 Caregiver Friendly Awards.
KENILWORTH, N.J. (November 5, 2018)—Supportive information addressing the challenges faced by family caregivers of older adults will be highlighted on merckmanuals.com, an online medical reference, for National Family Caregivers Month in November.
SAN BRUNO, Calif. (October 23, 2018)—CareLinx, the online homecare service platform, today announced it has partnered with Stride, the benefits platform for gig and independent workers, to offer its more than 300,000 caregivers access to simple, affordable health, dental, vision and life insurance.
LEXINGTON, Mass. (February 14, 2018)—When Logan Wells, then a high school sophomore, watched his parents and aunt care for his grandmother after a dementia diagnosis, he felt helpless. But observing the process gave him an idea for one way he could make improvements: communication. With multiple people including family members and professional caregivers or nursing staff caring for a single individual, the burden remained on one person to coordinate care and communicate amongst the team.
CHICAGO (August 28, 2017)—The American Academy of Home Care Medicine (AAHCM) announces its first ever stand-alone annual conference, focusing on the issues and challenges that face healthcare professionals who provide in-home primary care. Three tracks—VA, legislative and clinical—will let participants customize learning to their specific needs while engaging with a health care professionals in the field of home care medicine.