Category Archives: Veterans

How are Mild Cognitive Impairment and dementia different?

Difference between Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and Dementia Question:  What is the difference between “Mild Cognitive Impairment” (MCI) and Dementia? Answer:   The distinction between mild cognitive impairment and dementia can…

Tips To Manage Caregiver Stress

It starts with your Father needing help monitoring his daily medications. Not too much later he needs regular at-home care. If you are a primary family caregiver, you understand the…

PCI Has Zero Deficiencies on a State Audit

Having your work audited is never easy, but it demonstrates the health of an agency – particularly those in the home health care area.  Our most recent audit came in April…

Nine Tips on Finding LGBT-Affirming Services

Nervous about paid care services? The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging offers advice on what you can do to hire the supportive, friendly care provider who’s right for you….

VA Rights for Spouses of Veterans

Those who have served their country deserve the best post-service benefits and health care that can be offered. If you have returned from active duty service with a disability, there…

5 Things Every Veteran Should Know About In-Home Healthcare

Many of our veterans are entering the twilight years of their lives, and it’s the government’s priority to make sure they receive the proper care. Their years of service and…

2013 Veteran Home Care Information

As many U.S. military veterans make the transition to senior life, the Department of Veteran Affairs is dedicated to making this transition as comfortable for them as possible. There should…

How Do Veterans Qualify for Benefits?

The elderly can become overwhelmed by many details as they enter the final stages of life. We might automatically assume their health is the number one concern. More precisely, it’s…

In-home Care For Elderly Veterans

It can be a bittersweet revelation that America has healthcare benefits in place for elderly veterans. On one hand, it’s encouraging to know how they, or a loved one who…