Joining a network of dedicated, passionate local business owners is a safe and rewarding business opportunity. While owning a Right at Home office in your community is demanding, the positive results that come from these businesses, for you, your family, your clients and your staff, make it more than worthwhile.
Understandably, much of our attention has been taken up by the pandemic, with COVID-19 affecting us all both directly and indirectly. But other fatal diseases are still here, and one of those is breast cancer.
World Cerebral Palsy Day occurs each year on October 6th. World Cerebral Palsy Day is part of CP360, a global coalition of 10 organisations across 15 countries that advocate for people living with Cerebral Palsy.
The month of October is Queensland Seniors Month. This year’s theme is “social connections” emphasising the prevailing theme of the pandemic – to stay connected despite physical and geographical distance.
September is a time to reflect on those suffering from Cognitive Decline. The month of September marks both Dementia Awareness Month and World Alzheimer’s Day on the 21st.
As the weather warms up, those of us with a garden or even a sunny indoor ledge can locate those evasive gardening gloves and head for the fertiliser. Gardening for the elderly and those living with a disability is a great way to remain active and engaged in one's home.
Right at Home Australia this week celebrated Women’s Health Week 2021! Inaugurated in Australia in 2013, Women’s Health Week falls in the first week of September each year and aims to spotlight health and wellbeing challenges for women and girls.
Right at Home, Australia's Quality Home Care Provider, shares information about retirement planning. Our retirement dreams might include travel, hobbies, spending more time with family, or having time for all those other things we have always wanted to do. So, we carefully budget for our basic expenses, as well as all those nice extras. And the earlier we start saving, the better.
Thursday was World Youth Skills Day. What does this have to do with in-home care, you ask? Well, pursuing a career in care, or working as a caregiver while pursuing other goals like university or TAFE study, or raising a family, could be the best decision you ever make.
This past week, from the 11th to the 17th of July, Australia celebrated National Diabetes Week 2021. There are about 1 million Australians living with diabetes. This year’s ‘Heads Up’ campaign is designed to spotlight diabetes stigma and mental health.
This week started off with Blood Donor Day on the 14th of June. Inaugurated in 2005, World Blood Donor Day serves as a special day to thank blood donors for their efforts every year.