Hopewell Nurses Obtain Accreditation
Hopewell In-Home Senior Care continues to strive to be North Florida and South Georgia’s premier provider of home care services for Tallahassee and Thomasville seniors. Brian Moran, Director of Marketing at Hopewell states, “Because of the growing number of patients being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and Dementia, and a lack of specifically trained caregivers in the community, we felt the need for our nurses to learn more about new developments to assist and guide families who struggle with this terrible disease. Our RN’s agreed that some of the cutting edge information on the subject of Alzheimer’s and Dementia has been developed by the experts at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing.” The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing course: Living with Dementia – Impact on Individuals, Caregivers, Communities and Societies course exemplifies Hopewell’s mission of trying to help families whose desire is to help an aging parent or loved one continue to stay in their home. Families who have to care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s and Dementia can be struggle and often leaves the primary caregiver with feelings of despair, frustration and depression. Our commitment to gaining insight on this disease to help families demonstrates that Hopewell is there to help. “By having our nurses armed with the most up to date information from a school such as Johns Hopkins, we felt our RN’s could offer our patients and families the best tools and information to better manage this disease. Our nurses can now offer peer reviewed guidance on managing challenging behaviors, finding affordable caregivers, and connecting patients with support groups. Hopewell’s goal is to be a resource to families who are dealing with the demands of caregiving.
If you or an aging loved one are considering home care in Tallahassee Florida, please call the caring staff at Hopewell In-Home Senior Care today: (FL) 850-386-5552, (GA) 229-236-5552. Providing Senior Care Services in North Florida & South Georgia
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