By Lydia Chan of Alzheimerscaregiver.net
Many people lose mobility as they age. However, you can help your senior loved one stay active and independent despite the changes that age brings to his or her body. Make appropriate home modifications to improve quality of life for your senior and peace of mind for you.
The role of Coastal Home Care Regional Manager is comparable to being CEO of the region. The position requires skill in management, marketing, brand-building, decision-making and problem-solving for a business that operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year. The Regional Manager is not expected to work always when services are being rendered, but he/she must oversee and be ...
Promoting Independent Living and Advancing Community Change for EVERYONE!
Living Independence for Everyone (LIFE), Inc.
5105 Paulsen Street Suite 143-B
Savannah, GA 31405
912.920.2414 Toll Free 800.948.4842 Fax 912.920.0007
It’s often assumed that the elderly have different sleep needs than younger adults, but in truth, sleep needs don’t change in adulthood. At any age, those precious 7-9 hours per night are still what’s required to be rested and ready for the day.
But just because older adults need the same amount of sleep doesn’t mean that they don’t face unique challenges in getting ...
Four Things Long-Distance Caregivers Understand
(and How to Use Technology to Overcome These Challenges)
Being a caregiver for a family member is a challenging role to play, and it becomes even more difficult when you live too far away to provide care and assistance in person. Fortunately, we live in an age of advanced technology, and there are many apps and services available to help ...
LaTeisha Robinson has joined Coastal Home Care of Columbus as a Developmental Disabilities Professional. LaTeisha has always enjoyed helping people. She worked in the social service field for over 12 years before deciding to focus her energies into supporting children and adults with developmental disabilities. LaTeisha has a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and says that she ...
Coastal Caregivers support individuals with physical and developmental disabilities, the aging, and anyone who needs assistance with their activities of daily living.
Caregivers assist with tasks such as bathing, grooming, dressing, transferring, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and errands, enabling seniors and those with disabilities to live as independently as possible, for as long as ...
Coastal Home Care is beyond blessed to have some amazing caregivers whose work truly makes the world a better place! We have several awards that we reguarly use to recognize our caregivers who go above and beyond in caring for their clients.
The Big Heart and Peace of Mind awards are presented to direct care employees who demonstrate consistency, dependability and heart, with ...
Do you want to improve lives?
We are hiring people who want to make a difference!
Reliable Transportation and current driver’s license
No criminal history or poor MVR reporting
Experience working with individuals who need daily living support
Will help you achieve CPR and First Aid certification
Benefits available (Health, Dental, etc) ...
Now Hiring In-Home Caregivers for the Elderly and Disabled!
Savannah Area Job Fair
Tuesday, January 30th 9:30am-12:30pm
St. Mary’s Community Center
812 W 36th St, Savannah, GA 31415
Same Day Interviews
Why be a Coastal Caregiver?
Flexible schedules – work a little or work a lot
Paid Travel Time
Benefits available (health, dental, vision)
Be treated with ...