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Qualifications for Home Health Care Providers

Caring for a sick family member can be stressful, especially if you are already taking care of a million other things such as work, school and chores. Sometimes, you may feel like throwing in the towel or, at the very least, want to take a little break. Fortunately, you can hire a home health care provider to help lighten up your load and make caring your loved one more manageable. Find out what qualifications to look for when hiring an ideal provider to make your life a bit easier.

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Qualifications to Be a Surrogate Mother

According to a National Survey of Family Growth conducted by the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 12 percent of the population suffers from infertility. Many people turn to surrogate mothers to help them and their partners have a child. Women interested in becoming surrogates must meet the specific qualifications required by surrogacy agencies. These qualifications range from the woman’s medical background to her previous experiences with pregnancy to her personal life and habits.

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How to Achieve Balance

If pressed to name only one thing for which modern moms are not given enough credit, I’d say it’s their circus skills. At a minimum, mothers regularly find themselves juggling the emotional and physical well-being of one or more children; ringleading a household and all activities occurring within and without; playing the clown for an…

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How To Network And Increase Your Social Capital

The current economic climate is having a significant impact on women. The industries hardest hit by furloughs and layoffs – hospitality & tourism, education, and service jobs, were staffed predominately by women.  Many of whom are working moms, supporting multi-generational family members while balancing work and motherhood. For all of us, navigating this challenging economic…

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11 Tips For Stay-At-Home Moms Who Want To Go Back To Work

Stay-at-home moms: Dont fall for the media chatter that opting out of work to raise kids will sound the death knell for your career. It IS possible to get back in. You just need some advice and inspiration.Remember, as a full-time mom, you opted in to the most important job in the world – raising the next generation of capable and responsible adults. There’s no need to regret your decision; it was the …