Companionship for Seniors: What to Know Before You Become a Healthcare Assistant

Whether chatting at work or focusing on the family, we all enjoy participating in activities, interactions, and social engagement together. Some seniors, however, may not have access to these opportunities on a regular basis if they lack close family or friends nearby, or are living with limited mobility. This puts them at greater risk of

Why Students in HCA Training Should Focus on Reducing Immobility in Patients

Maintaining a certain level of physical fitness is about much more than hitting a healthy weight. A lack of physical exertion can cause all sorts of harm to the body, weakening muscles, slowing down blood flow and triggering malnutrition. Health care assistants (HCAs) work closely with many clients who suffer from limited mobility. Almost all