The Monthly Pulse December 2019
“If you don’t know, now you know”
We wish you a warm and happy holiday season!! Thank you for your continued dedication to All Home Health—we wouldn’t be here without you!!!
When a client living in their own home receives ideal care and attention, they feel safe and secure. This is the goal of the ideal caregiver and of in-home services. Tashana’s client says “Tashana is the best! She goes above and beyond & is a pleasure to be around. She works around our schedule & is always there when we need her.”
Quality of life depends on quality of personal care. Tashana, you give quality of life to your client. We can’t thank you enough for following your passion and your heart.
Want to recognize YOUR caregiver?
Call or email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us how they have demonstrated our core values (please list examples) and why you feel they deserve the recognition.
Latest news, updates & reminders
- Staying Active This Winter!
We all know how easy it is to stay indoors during the winter months but there are health benefits to getting outside! Such as; the cold weather can increase your resting metabolism, it can help cure the winter blues, help your body produce vitamin D, & cause your body to burn fat. Just remember to STAY SAFE and dress appropriately for the weather. When it’s TOO cold-don’t risk it, stay inside!
Here are 18 fun outdoor activities to try this winter!
- Go ice skating.
- Build a winter bonfire and make s’mores.
- Rent some snowshoes and go snowshoeing.
- If you have the equipment, go winter camping. If that’s too ambitious, check out your state parks for cabin or yurt rentals. Once you’re there, go on beautiful winter hikes.
- Take your dog for a walk.
- Go cross-country skiing.
- Attend a dog-sled race. You don’t have to live in Alaska to see one of these – check your state’s Department of Natural Resources page, they usually have a list of upcoming events
- Go sledding.
- Build a fort and have a snowball fight with your kids (or your spouse/partner). Or buy a snow block maker & build an igloo.
- Take a blanket and a cup of hot cocoa and sit outside on your front porch swing with a good book.
- Shovel paths in the snow.
- Feed the birds or go birdwatching. Make your own birdfeeders out of pine cones, peanut butter, and birdseed.
- Go ice fishing.
- Go on a winter picnic. Take blankets, sandwiches and hot soup in a thermos.
- Head out on a photo expedition to take pictures of the winter landscape.
- If you live near a big city, set off on foot to explore it!
- Have kids or dogs? Set up an obstacle course in the yard with jumps, tunnels and other challenges.
- Make snow paint. Simply add food coloring to water and put in a spray bottle, then go out and paint your yard.
Verifying Your Time Sheet was Received
Time sheets are DUE by Monday at 12pm & you MUST verify your time sheet was received by us!
- Fax: Fax your time sheet, call the office…never trust a fax confirmation!
- Email: Use ‘Genius Scan’ App to send via email then wait for confirmation. If you do not receive a confirmation, RESEND.
- Mail: Mail your time sheet when the pay period ends- call by Monday to be sure we received it.
- Drop off in office: No confirmation necessary! You handed it to us, we received it!
Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.
-William Arthur Ward