Find Your Match: Questions You Should Ask Your PCA

Choosing the Right Home Health Care for Your Family Member - what is home care services

Once you’ve been approved for PCA services, it’s time to start thinking about the individual who will be providing at-home care for you. Since you will be spending quite a bit of time with this person, it is important to find someone that you are comfortable around.

Your first and best option when searching for a personal care assistant is to hire someone you already know. People are most comfortable with someone they are familiar with,

Taking the Plunge: Your First Steps Into PCA Services

Starting Personal Care Services

Once you and your loved ones have agreed that personal care services are needed, your work can truly start. As you may have discovered, a simple Google search will return thousands of results for hundreds of different home healthcare companies all seeming to provide the same service. This can make it difficult to know where to begin.

Best Home Care takes pride in making the process of starting personal care services straightforward for clients. Our simple

Taking the Plunge: How to Introduce the Idea of Home Care

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Recognizing when to take the plunge into personal care services can be difficult for many older individuals and their loved ones. In-home care may be viewed as unnecessary, an overreaction to a recent health issue, or even as a threat. If you believe a parent or loved one could benefit from home health services, it is important to have a meaningful conversation to educate them on the ways a personal care assistant could improve their quality

Taking the Plunge: When is the Right Time to Get PCA Services?

Choosing PCA Services

Making the decision to hire a personal care assistant (PCA) for you or a loved one can be challenging. Some may even mistake PCA healthcare as a threat to their dignity and a trivial addition to their livelihood. The fact is that in-home health care can simplify everyday tasks and help individuals live a longer, fuller life.


But when is the right time to look into hiring a personal career assistant? Here are a few

Safety Tips to Prevent Falls in Your Home

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According to the National Council On Aging, falling is a leading cause of hospital admissions and fatal injuries for Americans aged 65 and older. Each year, over 2.4 million patients are treated for falls in emergency rooms around the country.  Of this number, over 772,000 were hospitalized and 21,700 died as a result. At Best Home Care, we understand that these numbers can be very alarming for seniors living on their own. However, this doesn’t mean