Category Archives: Homecare Budgets

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NAIPC Recommendations – Aging in Place

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In my last post, I talked about the National Aging in Place Council annual meeting and some of the findings presented there, including some excellent work from the folks at Georgia Tech. There are a number of “possible solutions” – … Continue reading

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Affordable Care Act and Home Care

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Each year, Support For Home In-Home Care participates in the Private Duty Benchmarking Study, conducted by Home Care Pulse. These studies cover a wide range of topics and are quite valuable to home care agencies – and to the clients … Continue reading

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We Told Them So

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I have written a number of articles over the last couple of years concerning the cost of home care in California increasing dramatically as the Legislature passes new laws governing wage and hour issues for caregivers, including: Overtime Exemption for … Continue reading

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Nursing Home Medicaid and Transferring Assets


As a state coordinator for California, I am proud that Support For Home In-Home Care is a member of the Elder Care Matters initiative. The ethics of its members and the advice offered there is pretty darned solid. That continues … Continue reading

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Family Caregiver Agreements?

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Support For Home is a member of the national ElderCare Matters organization. In fact, I am one of the California State Coordinators for it. We are strong believers in what the organization is all about, and obviously fans of how … Continue reading

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A Little Introspection is Good

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I have a radio interview coming up in a couple of weeks, and the host sent out an information request with some very thought provoking, interesting questions. It is not always comfortable talking about yourself, but the questions were so … Continue reading

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Kiplinger: “Managing Stress a Must for Caregivers”


Most of you are familiar with Kiplinger as a major financial and business advisor service / Web site. I was interested in an article on a very different topic, that illustrates just what how much our society is needing to … Continue reading