1. Depression in the Elderly

    Treating and detecting depression in elderly adults Hello everyone, welcome back to our blog! We use this space to talk about home health care tips as well as what a career in home health care entails. Wilson Care employs a team of dedicated home health care professionals who are passionate about the wellbeing and health of your loved ones. Our company understands that between jobs and raising kid…Read More

  2. Tips for Preventing Alzheimer’s

      Tips to Add to Your Routine that Could help Prevent Alzheimer's Disease Alzheimer’s Disease is a terrible affliction that affects upwards of 5.4 million people in the United States, almost all of whom are over the age of 65. This number is expected to multiply by the year of 2050. Currently, Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States with one in every three seniors d…Read More

  3. Ways to Care for Loved Ones With Intellectual Disabilities

    If your loved on has an intellectual disability, consider some of these home health care tips Caring for your loved ones with respect and compassion is our priority at Wilson Care here in Honolulu. Our home health care professionals are trained to provide trained care to help those in need of assistance with both medical and day to day tasks. Here on our blog, we try our best to provide our reader…Read More

  4. Caregiving Duties Pt. 2

    What Can You Expect as a Caregiver at Wilson Care Group?   Here at Wilson Care Group, we receive a lot of inquiries from people looking for caregiver jobs. As a Honolulu based company, this should come as no surprise, however, as a reputable home care service provider we must do our due diligence in making sure that every caregiver we employ is able to perform all of the duties that are neces…Read More

  5. Let’s Talk Wheelchairs

    Tips to Consider if Your Loved One is in a Wheelchair As you grow older, your body, unfortunately, doesn’t always keep up. Luckily, the simple but ingenious invention of the wheelchair has given people of all sorts access to mobility. As of right now, it’s estimated that upwards of 2.2 million  people utilize wheelchairs to get around to some degree. While wheelchairs make moving and travelli…Read More

  6. Caregiving Duties Pt. 1

    Caregiving is a Challenging but Rewarding Profession   Hello, and welcome back to our blog! Here at Wilson Care Group we are dedicated to providing the best in caregiver services for all of our Honolulu patients. We feel that caregiving, while demanding, is one of the most rewarding careers that a person can enter into and, in today’s post, we wanted to go over a few of the duties that are …Read More

  7. Why Being A Caregiver In Honolulu Is Great

    Caregiver Jobs are Great, Honolulu Caregiver Jobs are Better   It is no secret that Hawaii hold an almost mystical place in the minds of the general public. While part of the United States, Hawaii is about as foreign to most Americans as Fiji or New Zealand. Pristine beaches, unbeatable weather, and water that looks almost unnaturally blue come together to make Hawaii one of the most beautifu…Read More

  8. Is A Caregiver Position Right For You?

    Is the Home Care Industry the Right Choice for You?   It seems that in today’s society, finding a job that is rewarding and pays well is difficult. In a July 2012 poll, it was found that four out of ten adults suffer from a psychological condition known as the Sunday Blues”. This term was coined by psychologists to describe the anxiety and dread the people experience on the night before t…Read More

  9. 10 Tips For Talking To Someone With Alzheimer’s

    When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, it can be difficult to communicate, let alone deal with the trauma of feeling as though you’re losing someone right in front of your eyes. Not only is it painful, but it’s emotional. If you’re becoming a home health aide in Honolulu, it’s time to learn how to deal with the mental changes an Alzheimer's patient may go through. Keep in mind, …Read More

  10. Benefits of Homecare After Surgery

    There’s no doubt about it, when you go into surgery, you’re not just worried about how the surgery will go, you’re worried about how you’ll feel when you wake up after surgery. If we're honest, most patients don’t feel the best. They may be in pain, or be worried about how quickly they’ll be able to get back to their normal day-to-day life. If you’re worried about all the above, it…Read More