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9 fun fall activities for older adults and caregivers

It’s been a tough year for many people, including older adults, caregivers and families, as the pandemic continues. What better time to add some joy and cheer than by celebrating the changing season? The air is crisper, the leaves are brilliant and the sky is extra-blue. It’s finally autumn, which means cooler temperatures, milder weather and cozy days inside. If you are a caregiver, you may be wondering about creative and safe fall activities you can do with the person you care for, particularly during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Click to read more!

5 reasons why caregivers should understand and learn about holistic care

Holistic care is increasingly popular among caregiving clients. If you’re a caregiver, learning more about this form of care can help you better serve your clients. So, what is holistic care? Click below to read more.

Learn new caregiving skills through CareAcademy

When you invest in yourself and learn new caregiving skills, you can provide better care to your clients and stand out more as a caregiver. CareLinx caregivers have access to free professional development courses through CareAcademy. Click now to learn more!

3 ways caregivers can stand out more

When you become a CareLinx caregiver, you can enjoy better pay, more flexible hours and free professional development. To find the best caregiving role for your skill set, availability and interests, it’s essential to make yourself as marketable as possible. Here are some tips for determining your unique skill set, optimizing your profile and acing your interview. Click now to learn more!

Caregiver jobs: How to find high-quality, well-paying work

In-home caregiving is both rewarding and challenging work. Each shift, you show up ready to offer compassionate, dignified care to those you serve. At CareLinx, we care about our caregivers and believe you deserve well-paying work in a safe, respectful environment, along with a good quality of life. We work hard to ensure our caregivers have access to the best benefits and opportunities, as well as opportunities to be your own boss. We know that happy, valued caregivers offer better care to clients and families, which is our ultimate goal. If you’re interested in a professional caregiver job, keep reading to learn how we stand out among the competition. Click to read more!

How to prepare seniors with Alzheimer's or Dementia and their family this year for the holidays

The holidays represent a meaningful time of celebration and family traditions that always help bring people together. With constant adapting and changing throughout the holidays, whether it’s cooking a new recipe, or changing the family gathering to outdoors, seniors sometimes find it the most difficult to keep up with the many activities happening. The constant environment of family members mingling or moving can cause confusion and sometimes even anxiety for seniors suffering from Dementia or Alzheimer’s. Click now to read more!

With the holidays approaching, now is a great time to invest in self-care

With the holidays fast approaching, caregivers have an amazing opportunity to rest, recharge, and invest time in themselves to come back ready to care for the ones they support. Taking care of your overall well-being is crucial in maintaining a strong balance between daily life and work, and we here at CareLinx want to encourage all caregivers to take time for themselves this year. Take a look below at some ways you can invest in yourself this year: 

Exclusive Interview with CareLinx Caregiver Jose!

CareLinx Care Liaison EJ sat down for an exclusive interview with CareLinx Caregiver Jose to discuss what it is like being a CareLinx Caregiver and how his skills have helped him provide high-quality care to those he supports. Check out the exclusive interview below!

How Non-Clinical In-Home Caregivers Can Keep Seniors Healthy

Without family caregivers available to take care of them, seniors’ ability to get the care they need risks being compromised. Non-clinical in-home care may help fill in the gap and be an important part of a wider solution.