Category Archives: Therapy

Resource Guide for Seniors

Navigating the myriad of resources available to seniors can be challenging. However, seniors are not without help. In the Piedmont Triad alone, there are several agencies designed specifically to meet…

When is the Right Time for In-home Care?

  Children with elderly parents or loved ones are often caught unprepared when it’s time for their parent/s to receive in-home care. Loved ones often wish to retain their independence…

Relaxation Self-Care

Relaxation and Self care are critical to Caregiver’s physical and mental well-being. Here are a few ways to help improve both: Muscle relaxation – Focus on tensing and then relaxing…

Six Things Long-Distance Caregivers Need to Know

If you are a long distance caregiver, you probably often feel like you’re in the dark. You call and call your care recipient and there’s no answer. You go to…

Local Home Care Agency Receives National Certification

Greensboro, NC – The National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP) approves Personal Care Inc.’s Director of Public Relations, Jody Clayton, as Home Care Certified (HCC). Jody meets the requirements…

Shonda Leigh: AHHC’s Nurse Aide of the Year!

As the telephone rang, I pondered what to say to Shonda. I had amazing news, and no one was more deserving. The line clicks, and the moment of truth has…

CNA and PCA: Yes, There Is A Difference

Navigating the alphabet soup of healthcare can be a daunting task. Most of us know R.N. means Registered Nurse, and M.D. is Medical Doctor. Some even know that a CNA…

Music and Art as Therapy for Alzheimer’s Patients

Art and music enrich our lives in so many different ways. Our favorite songs, symphonies or paintings draw an emotional response from us. Creating our own music and art can…