Reducing Incidents of Workers Compensation Claims in the Healthcare Industry

  One of the costliest risks that afflict the healthcare industry in Australia is injuries suffered by healthcare workers including doctors and nurses. Even though the healthcare and professional liability claims are much more stringent and severe, the annual cost of worker’s compensation claims aggregates to an amount much larger than liability claims in organizations […]

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Helping a Senior Regain Confidence after a Fall A Guest Post by Natalie Kelly

Originally posted August 22, 2017: https://www.fivestarseniorliving.com/blog/health-wellness/helping-a-senior-regain-confidence-after-a-fall   Did you know that once you reach the age of 65 you have a one in four chance of falling? And that falls are the number one cause of injuries for older Americans each year? With statistics like these, it’s easy to see why falling is a major concern for […]

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From Minor to Major: The Complete Guide to Home Modifications to Prevent Seniors From Falling Guest Post by Natalie Kelly

This article was originally posted on https://www.bigrentz.com/how-to-guides/guide-home-modifications-prevent-seniors-falling and reposted with permission. If you have a senior loved one under your roof or living independently nearby, you probably find yourself wondering what you can do to keep them safer. Of all of the risks seniors face, falling is one of the worst. According to the Center for Disease […]

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Fabulous Gift Entitled: Fearless Caregiver Manifesto from Gary Barg, Editor-in-Chief of Today’s Caregiver

I will fearlessly assess my personal strengths and weaknesses, work diligently to bolster my weaknesses and to graciously recognize my strengths. I will fearlessly make my voice be heard with regard to my loved ones care and be a strong ally to those professional caregivers committed to caring for my loved one and a fearless shield against […]

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Dementia and How It Can Affect Your Family A Guest Post by Gary Simmons

Watching a parent or loved one slowly succumb to dementia is painful and emotional. It often begins with subtle changes such as forgetfulness, but, in order for you to detect that it is in fact dementia, there must be two types of impairment. The challenge is the fact that these tend to be very subtle […]

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