As the population ages, job opportunities for caregivers are expected to rapidly increase. 2020 is a great time to get into this growing field and pursue specialized training opportunities that set you up for long-term success.
Please welcome Jace Angelly as new Director of Sunrise Behavioral Health. Jace comes to us with a 10 year background in Social Services which include Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Use Disorder. Most recently he served as Clinical Director of an outpatient treatment center in Canyon Park. Jace believes our clients are Individuals stigmatized […]
We would like to congratulate our newest Sunrise Director, Lindsy Hubby, as he assumes his role as head of the Community Placement Programs Division.
As a future caregiver, you’ve chosen a fulfilling career that can make a visible difference in people’s lives. However, you’ll need to complete a certified caregiver training program before you can get to work. Here are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions about caregiver training.
Nurses can’t always be around. That’s why it’s so important for caregivers to be able to take on daily responsibilities involving the well-being of their patients. In order to meet these needs, many caregivers choose to go the extra mile by training to complete nurse-delegated healthcare tasks in addition to their typical responsibilities.
Caregivers have very special jobs that require a unique combination of skills and talents. Working with clients to provide physical, mental, and even emotional care and support each day can be difficult and taxing.
Substance use disorder, formally called chemical dependency are two parts of a spectrum of substance use patterns. While it’s often difficult to talk about addiction, it’s a common situation for people around the world. Here’s what you need to know to recognize dangerous patterns in your loved ones’ or your own substance use.
Assisted living and home care both have advantages and disadvantages. Home care often leads to more thoughtful individual care and independence, but it’s not for everyone. Choosing the right option depends on many factors, such as ability level, personal preference, financial situation, and unique needs.
The U.S. has one of the largest aging populations in the world. By 2035, older adults are projected to outnumber children for the first time in U.S. history. Caregiving is expected to see unprecedented growth, with a job demand increase of 28 percent between 2014 and 2024 in Washington state alone. If you’re interested in making a career change, there aren’t many better options than caregiving.
Becoming a caregiver can be a great choice for anyone looking for a new career. Caregivers work with individuals with physical or mental limitations, helping them with daily tasks, chores around the house, and more.