1. How Seniors Benefit From In-Home Care

    When you get to a certain age, a little bit of help is required. Whether it’s for a gentle reminder to take medication or an extra hand when preparing meals, this type of care is something that most seniors could benefit from at one point or another. While nursing homes have, up until recently, been the most common way for seniors to receive this additional help, having an in-home caregiver has …Read More

  2. What Are a Caregiver’s Duties?

    Did you know that many of our senior caregivers at Wilson Care didn’t originally have intentions of going into that career? But, in some way another, they realized that their unique combination of skills could be put to good use in helping the elderly. At Wilson Care, we’re always looking for qualified candidates for our CNA jobs. But one of the questions we hear the most is “what are a care…Read More

  3. Lessons That Can Be Learned From the Elderly

    Senior citizens are often the victim of harsh and unfair stereotypes. Too often, our elderly population is depicted in media as being clueless and out of touch, needing the kind of babysitting that small children receive on a regular basis. In reality, senior citizens have more life experience than the majority of the world’s population. Even if their bodies are frail and their minds weakened ov…Read More

  4. Halloween Festivities That Can Be Enjoyed By Seniors

    Whoever said that getting older means you can’t enjoy the fun stuff in life? Specifically, who says you can’t go all-in on fun Halloween festivities even in your elder years? We certainly don’t believe that seniors are exempt from celebrating Halloween at Wilson Care, and even if your body is no longer what it once was, there are plenty of activities that are fun for people of all ages and b…Read More

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. Join a Meaningful Career Force

    Sometimes in life, change needs to occur. Whether you feel stagnant at your current job, or you want more than just a job and you want a career that you can look forward to every single day you wake up, a career at Wilson Care may be the change you need. If you’ve been following our previous blog posts, you’re already aware that our company, Wilson Care, is an in-home health care company stati…Read More