As a part of phase 1b, Care to Stay Home is currently in the process of vaccinating our staff to keep our clients, caregivers, and community safer and help slow the spread of COVID-19. In addition to Care to Stay Home beginning the vaccination process,...

In an effort to raise awareness about the importance of heart health, February is known as American Heart Month. American Heart Month is an opportunity to raise awareness about the dangers of heart disease, the #1 killer of Americans. One of the biggest initiatives that the...

Have you ever had a client who doesn’t like to shower? Or a client who doesn’t like to take their morning medication on a daily basis? Do you have a client who is supposed to be doing at home exercises advised by their physical therapist...

Our Employee of the Year for 2020 is Edidiong Antiaobong or Edi for short. Even though the year 2020 has been a tough one for us all; Edi has shown our clients and us, at Care To Stay Home, that he deserves to be recognized...

The month of January is recognized as National Blood Donor month because of the many challenges that prevent people from donating. The Red Cross has also stated that blood donations tend to dwindle down after the holidays, and with the Covid-19 pandemic, it makes it...

Does Medicare pay for this?  Well, the moment we all have been waiting for… CMS (The Center for Medicare and Medicaid) announced this past month that starting in 2019 – MEDICARE WILL INDEED START PAYING FOR IN-HOME CARE SERVICES! Beginning in 2019, Medicare Advantage Plans will...

This year we are celebrating our 10 years of being in business.  As I reflect upon those 10 years, I must reflect upon WHY we started this business in the first place.  I hope you will enjoy the journey with me. Starting from an early age As...