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Happy New Year + 2018 Caregiver Awards

It’s hard to believe it’s already the end of 2018! Every year presents opportunities for growth and learning, and this one was no different. We’re happy to honor the following team members for their amazing dedication and representation of our core values of integrity, trust and compassion. These individuals have gone above and beyond to deliver a standard of excellence that ensures the best q...
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National Family Caregivers Month 2018

National Family Caregivers Month 2018 "Supercharge Your Caregiving" This past November, we observed National Family Caregivers Month, which was founded by the Caregiver Action Network to recognize and honor family caregivers across the country. Caregiving can be a 24/7 job, and with all the responsibilities and tasks they have to manage, you would think they were super heroes! That’s why this...
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Common Myths About Medicaid

Medicaid can be a truly powerful and beneficial resource to individuals who are interested in seeking affordable in-home care options. Although nearly 74 million Americans are currently enrolled, the program is still commonly misunderstood and costly mistakes are made. Here’s a quick download on the top myths vs. truths: MYTH: Medicaid and Medicare are the same thing. TRUTH: Medicaid and M...
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Veteran Care & Independence

Happy Independence Day! It’s an honor to care for our nation’s Veterans and provide services that support their freedom and independence - just as they once fought to do the same for us. For this reason, we provide Veterans with a 10% discount on one week of private care services when they apply. We understand that Veterans need highly specialized care to meet their daily needs, which is why we...
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World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2018

Each year, an estimated 5 million elderly adults are reported victims of abuse or neglect, and lose an estimated $2.6 billion due to financial exploitation. For this reason, it’s important for caregivers to be aware of their clients’ safety and vulnerability to potential harm. Recognizing signs of abuse and knowing when to report them are the most important steps to take. In honor of World Elde...
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Self-Care for Caregivers

As caregivers, our lives are often consumed by our commitment to care for others. While this work can be meaningful and fulfilling, it can also compromise management of our own personal needs. Exhaustion, prolonged stress and burnout all start to occur as a result of self-neglect and can affect your ability to care for your loved one. February may have reminded us to share our love with others,...
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Celebrating Our Quinceañera

2017 was a special one for our En Su Casa family. We were recognized as a top woman-owned and minority-owned business by the San Antonio Business Journal, had a member from our leadership team get elected as Vice Chair of the TAHCH Private Duty Committee, participated in various community events, and much, much more. But most importantly, we had the honor of celebrating our quinceañera! Ac...
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National Family Caregiver Month 2017

“Family members, friends, and neighbors devote countless hours to providing care to their relatives or loved ones. During National Family Caregiver Month, we recognize and thank the humble heroes who do so much to keep our families and communities strong.”  – President Barack Obama, NFC Month Proclamation 2012. Throughout the month of November, it’s our special time to honor not only our amazing ...
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Early Signs Your Loved One Is Ready for In-Home Care

It can be difficult to determine if your loved one is beginning to need extra assistance around their home—especially if they are used to living independently and may be unaware of their need for help themselves. So as a family member or close friend, it’s important to know how to recognize early signs that home care could be necessary or beneficial to your loved one’s well-being. If you’ve notice...
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