“No,” is a frequent response when I ask my one-year-old granddaughter to do something. It doesn’t really matter if it is something she doesn’t like – such as coming in the house from outside, or if it’s something she actually loves – such as having a snack. It’s a powerful and controlling word, so no… Continue reading Eliminate the “No”
Good question, why should you be a caregiver? Should you do it because there are lots of job opportunities, and you can always get a job somewhere? Should you do it because you’re thinking of going to nursing school, and getting your CNA is a prerequisite? Should you do it because your friend is a… Continue reading Why Should I Be a Caregiver?
Advanced Health Care is licensed by the Department of Health (DOH) as a Home Health Agency. That means we are required to follow the laws, rules and regulations in Chapter 70.127 RCW and Chapter 246-335 WAC. RCW: http://app.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx?cite=70.127 RCW stands for the Revised Code of Washington. The RCW is the compilation of all permanent laws now in force… Continue reading Advanced Health Care and the Department of Health (DOH)
Have you ever been asked, what do you love? It’s a good question – One that we should all be able to answer. Then ask yourself, am I doing what I love? If you love your family – are you spending time with your family on a regular basis? Not just the daily taking care… Continue reading What Do YOU Love?
How often do you feel like you get the opportunity to really make a difference on someone’s life? When you know that your presence and your actions allow another individual to do something or be somewhere that otherwise would be impossible? At Advanced Health Care, we have this opportunity every single day. Many of our… Continue reading Make a Difference
Have you ever wondered about the high incidence of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in the Pacific Northwest? Why does it seem that so many more are diagnosed here than in other parts of the country? RN supervisor, Charles Hitztaler with Advanced Health Care, has written a great article on MS and Part #1 of the series… Continue reading MS in the Pacific Northwest
Welcome summer! This year we have enjoyed a mostly beautiful and uncharacteristically warm spring. The predictions seem to indicate the summer of 2016 will once again be warmer and drier than normal. What does this mean for us, and how does it affect the work that we do? Number one, many if not most of… Continue reading Taking Precautions During Summer Months