Proposition 206 – Minimum Wage and Paid Time Off

Please have your vote count on November 8, 2016.  Proposition 206, the Arizona Minimum Wage and Paid Time Off Initiative will have a significant effect on the cost of home care.  Please read the flyer below published by the Arizona In … Continued

National Immunization Awareness Month

  National Immunization Awareness Month in August To help keep our community  safe, CareBuilders at Home is participating in National Immunization Awareness Month.  Everyone benefits from immunizations and vaccinations, which help protect from serious disease. In the U.S., vaccines have greatly reduced … Continued

Paying for Homecare Services

While homecare services are affordable to many people, the amount of homecare required and length of service can result in a significant expense for a lot of families. Paying for homecare services in the comfort of home compared to the … Continued

Homecare Technology Solutions

Homecare Technology Solutions As costs for human based services increase, the natural answer is to develop homecare technology solutions to replace humans similar to what we are starting to see in many fast food restaurants.  For many of the services provided … Continued

Activity Ideas for Seniors

  Cool Off with these Fun Activity Ideas for Seniors High temperatures can make it hard to stay active. As the summer days get hotter, finding activities for your loved ones can be challenging. Here for a few activity ideas … Continued

Caregiver Employment and Compensation

  Few people would dispute that caregivers earn every cent they are paid.  Recent law changes have been made with the ultimate objective of improving caregiver employment and compensation. Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Rules In addition to the Internal … Continued

Thank You Caregivers!

It takes a very special person to work as a caregiver. Being a caregiver requires patience, compassion, hard work and creativity. Caregivers play many roles; companion, friend, listener, scheduler/planner, driver, cleaner, cook, bather, cosmetologist, personal care attendant, entertainer and so … Continued

May is American Stroke Month

In recognition of American Stroke Month in May, learn to Spot a stroke F.A.S.T. Face Drooping Does one side of the face droop or is it numb? Ask the person to smile. Arm Weakness Is one arm weak or numb? … Continued

Healthy Eating as We Age

As adults age, healthy eating is a key contributor to a higher quality of life, helping you stay active and independent. Eating healthy doesn’t mean strict diets and tasteless food. No matter your age, eating healthy should be about fresh, creative, … Continued

Ryan House Community Breakfast a Success!

CareBuilder’s at Home’s Shane Asbury was a table captain for this year’s Ryan House Community Breakfast.  This year’s event, held on May 6, had over 1,000 people in attendance.  Through the generous donations of the attendees over $337,000 was raised … Continued