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A Consumer is a low-income elderly or disabled individual who is a recipient of In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS).

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#elderly #elderlycare #elderlypeople #elderlycaregiving
#elderlyparents #caregivingsupport
#MondayMotivation #Monday

Happy Monday!
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#sandiego #sandiegocaregiver #sdihsspa #publicauthority #caregiving #caregiver #patientcare
#elderly #elderlycare #elderlypeople #elderlycaregiving
#elderlyparents #caregivingsupport
#MondayMotivation #Monday
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When you’re feeling anxious or stressed, your body releases stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol. These cause physical symptoms of anxiety, such as an increased heart rate and increased sweating. Check out these tips to help you better manage your stress and anxiety. 

#sandiego #sandiegocaregiver #sdihsspa #publicauthority #caregiving #caregiver #patientcare
#elderly #elderlycare #elderlypeople #elderlycaregiving
#elderlyparents #caregivingsupport
#Stress #Flu #FluSeason

When you’re feeling anxious or stressed, your body releases stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol. These cause physical symptoms of anxiety, such as an increased heart rate and increased sweating. Check out these tips to help you better manage your stress and anxiety.

#sandiego #sandiegocaregiver #sdihsspa #publicauthority #caregiving #caregiver #patientcare
#elderly #elderlycare #elderlypeople #elderlycaregiving
#elderlyparents #caregivingsupport
#Stress #Flu #FluSeason
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Stop the spread of all flu viruses with these simple precautions:
* Get a flu shot 
* Wash your hands often 
* Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze
* Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
* Avoid close contact with people who are sick
* Stay home when you are sick

Stay safe out there! 
#sandiego #sandiegocaregiver #sdihsspa
#publicauthority #caregiving #caregiver #patientcare
#elderly #elderlycare #elderlypeople #elderlycaregiving
#elderlyparents #caregivingsupport
#Stress #Flu #FluSeason

Stop the spread of all flu viruses with these simple precautions:
* Get a flu shot
* Wash your hands often
* Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze
* Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
* Avoid close contact with people who are sick
* Stay home when you are sick

Stay safe out there!
#sandiego #sandiegocaregiver #sdihsspa
#publicauthority #caregiving #caregiver #patientcare
#elderly #elderlycare #elderlypeople #elderlycaregiving
#elderlyparents #caregivingsupport
#Stress #Flu #FluSeason
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  • Young and elderly woman

    Quality Service = Quality Care

    “Being able to care for her (Consumer) is such a great experience. She is a very independent woman and with my assistance she is able to live happily and independently. That in itself is a reward.”

  • Caretaking woman and elderly man

    Quality Service = Quality Care

    “I really enjoy being able to help other people. I’ve been a Provider for many, many years. It makes me very happy. I love my job!”

  • Two women outside

    Quality Service = Quality Care

    “My Provider has made a big difference in my life. Not being able to see is challenging, so having someone I can trust and rely on makes everything so much better.”

  • Nurse with arm around patients shoulder

    Quality Service = Quality Care

    “I appreciate my Provider for everything she does for me. Like peanut butter and jelly, we stick together. We are a team!”

  • Two men inside a home

    Quality Service = Quality Care

    “Making a difference in people’s lives, having a flexible work schedule and the ability to learn about other cultures are a few of the reasons I love working as a Provider.”

  • Two women smiling

    Quality Service = Quality Care

    “I feel secure knowing that my Provider will be there for me. She is caring, compassionate and trusting.”