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5 Tips for Maintaining Your Mental Health During Uncertain Times

It’s hard to stay calm when you are going through a time of fear and uncertainty. As of this writing, coronavirus is taking an enormous toll on our mental as well as physical health. Between health concerns, economic distress, and increased social isolation, many of us are under more stress than ever.

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What Are Community Living Services?

Community Living Services help adults with a wide variety of abilities live semi-independently in apartments or houses. These programs often help older adults, people with developmental disabilities, major behavioral challenges, mental illness, dual diagnoses, or traumatic brain injury.

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What is a Home Care Aide (HCA-C)?

Caregiving can be a deeply rewarding career. If you are looking for an in-demand job that doesn’t require extensive education and you want to make a visible difference in people’s lives, you should seriously consider becoming a home care aide (HCA-C)!

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How to Succeed in Online Caregiver Training

Online caregiver training can be a totally different game from training or taking classes in-person. While doing schoolwork from home with no commute can be very convenient, it also means you’re not surrounded by fellow students and instructors who can answer your questions and keep you on track.

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How to Prepare for a Long-term Care Career

If you love to help people, few careers are as rewarding as the long-term care field. This work gives you the opportunity to make a positive difference in someone’s life every day. With an aging population, there is more of a need than ever for committed workers in this field. But before you can begin work, you will need training.

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Does My Loved One Need Mental Health Care?

No one wants to think they or their family members might be struggling with mental health. Many Americans avoid talking about mental health issues, which can lead to the impression that they’re rare and only happen to other people. In reality, almost half of U.S. adults will experience a mental illness at some point during their lifetime.

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