The latest from the CARE Blog.
Summer is a time for fun, but for hospitals, summer is commonly referred to as “trauma season.” To keep summer as fun as it should be, here are 3 ways you can keep your child with special needs safe this summer.
Living in Louisiana doesn’t make it easy on allergy sufferers, as major cities such as New Orleans have repeatedly ranked amongst the “20 Worst Cities to Have Allergies.” Here are tips to help you and your family survive Louisiana’s harsh allergy season,
CARE, Inc. is encouraging everyone to attend Disability Services Day at the State Capitol on May 1 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. This important event will highlight services provided to this special population and the importance of increasing funding.
It’s one of the scariest phone calls a loved one can receive – there has been a fall. It can be a simple slip or a serious accident. Either way, it should signal the need for change.
Children of aging parents can undergo unnecessary amounts of stress when determining what’s best for their families. Here are some simple steps to help decide what's right.
There are financial options for helping to fund personal care giving professionals like CARE, Inc., which your family may qualify depending on your eligibility. Learn about these waivers here.
The Office of Public Health is holding a special, no cost to the patient vaccination day on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, from 2 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., and CARE, Inc., encourages all employees, clients, and their families to take advantage.
The holidays are often one of the most exciting times for families to celebrate, especially for seniors. Here are the top three worthwhile reasons to ensure your elderly loved one’s holiday is special.
Learn six ways CARE, Inc. uses alternative methods of communication to tackle the challenges of conversing with special needs clients.
Protecting your future choices with a long-term care insurance plan brings many benefits. Find out 4 major reasons you should consider long-term care insurance.
Hurricane season calls for thorough, advance preparation, especially in South Louisiana. Here are the top 7 things you should keep handy for the next few months.