Partners in Care professionals are often featured on television and in the news. See what we have been talking about lately:
Host Ken Rosato interviews Lainie Messina, VP of Private Care Services at Partners in Care, and Renata Gelman, Clinical Manager RN, BSN, about when to hire a home health aide and caring for a loved one with multiple sclerosis.
Marki Flannery, President of Partners in Care, talks to Tracy Byrnes on FOX News Live about Partners in Care and the rising costs of caregiving.
Lainie Messina, VP of Private Care Services at Partners in Care, and Renata Gelman, Clinical Manager, RN, BSN, discuss the care of individuals with multiple sclerosis and Partners in Care's relationship with the Multiple Sclerosis Society-Southern New York City Chapter.
Renata Gelman, Clinical Manager, RN, BSN, discusses Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Topics include: how to recognize the symptoms and various methods of treatment.
Renata Gelman, Clinical Manager, RN, BSN, performs a home safety assessment for a Partners in Care client.
In 2012 and 2013, Partners in Care was featured on the popular one hour Q&A radio show "Living Better with Laura Smith" on 77 WABC.Read Post
One recent morning, a clinical manager who helps train aides at the home care agency where I work, shared with me a lighthearted comment that she'd overheard from one of her newest trainees. "Who knew making a bed was so complex?" the aide had said. That got me...Read Post
Every day across the United States, health aides walk into the homes of people in need, often people who live alone and are unable to take care of themselves, whether they are recovering from illness or injury or require long-term assistance to remain at home. By the year 2050,...Read Post
Christine Mitchell has worked since she was 17 years old. Last year, at age 68, she finally retired. But not for long. "I couldn't take being in the house," she says. "I'm always on the go, always working. I had to get out." She jumped back into the workforce with...Read Post
95-year-old Roz spent all her life in Westchester County in the company of Jewish people like herself. She was not strictly religious, but she grew up in a time and place when, as she said, "like associated with like." She still recalls one evening, some 70...Read Post
For many people, a diagnosis of diabetes seems to bring nothing but limitations and restrictions. But for 82-year-old Sandra, a diabetes diagnosis has translated into a great array of mealtime options. That's thanks to her home health aide, Betty. Every morning, on her way to Sandra's Manhattan...Read Post
When Sylvie first came to the door, it seemed to take her a full minute to say "Hello." Jane, the home health aide who would care for her over the weekend, immediately knew why. Sylvie did not have hearing or cognition problems. She had multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic, often...Read Post
One recent morning, David Sanchez arrived at the Manhattan home of Professor Acton, just as he had done every morning for nearly seven years. David, who spends 12 hours a day six days a week caring for the 87-year-old retired professor, knew something was wrong the instant he stepped inside...Read Post
Stop me if you've heard this one before. A jazz singer walks into a senior center... It was far from a joke when Zena Foster -- passionate jazz singer, compassionate home health aide -- gave a noontime show one recent Wednesday with her band at the...Read Post