What the “Fiscal Cliff” Means to Care Managers in Vista

Care Managers in Vista Warn About The Effect of “Fiscal Cliff” on Seniors Nearly every newscast includes some discussion of the impending “fiscal cliff”—the drastic spending cuts and tax increases that are scheduled to go into effect if Congress can not work with the President to pass a budget by the end of 2012. Many […]

What Paul Ryan’s Pick Means for Companion Care in San Marcos

Companion Care in San Marcos: Better With a Romney / Ryan Victory? We all knew it would happen this way: The day Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced his pick for vice president, the opposing side drew their weapons and started going to town. At the center of the Democratic attacks is Paul Ryan’s opinion about […]

Home Caregivers in Vista: NAELA Elder Abuse Meeting at White House

NAELA Leads National Symposium on Elder Abuse Home caregivers in Vista and concerned people around the country are working hard to raise awareness about elder abuse, and sometimes they get a great boost when prominent officials take notice. In June, the The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) led a national symposium hosted at the White […]

Next Generation of U.S. Doctors Sees Gloomy Future

Adapted from a story published by Reuters News Service: A majority of young doctors feel pessimistic about the future of the U.S. healthcare system, with the new healthcare law cited as the main reason, according to a survey released to Reuters on Wednesday. This is important news for in-home caregivers. In Carlsbad and elsewhere, families […]

President Obama has diverted $500M to IRS for healthcare takeover law

“Elections have consequences, and at the end of the day, I won.” Barack Hussein Obama, on the third day of his presidency. The Obama administration is quietly diverting roughly $500 million to the IRS to help implement the president’s healthcare law. This is important information for those who are responsible for the care of frail […]

Should Non-medical In-home Caregivers Be Paid Overtime?

This is a guest post written by Craig Falk, who is the President of Craig Cares, a premier provider of In-Home Caregivers In Sacramento that serves the area in and around Sacramento, California.    Introduction There are proposed new regulations and laws which, if they take effect, will significantly impact the private-sector non-medical in-home caregiver industry […]