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Wellcare Family Health is now a member of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce. check out there latest publication. 2020 Dayton Chamber of Commerce Community Resource
just enrolled in this course---it's free and looks incredible.
During this stressful time, it is important to strengthen your mental health. I personally suffer from severe anxiety, severe depression, PTSD, and seasonal affective disorder. I urge you all to view the American Psychiatric Association, Center for WorkPlace Mental Health's "Working Remotely During COVID-19: Your Mental Health and Well-Being" guide.
Aloha! Music is healing to the soul! Christopher Milo is sharing his God given talent with the world to bring peace during this worrisome time. Take some time to pause and be still today, mediate or pray. As you do, reflect upon the simple miracles of your daily life. Having clean water, a place to sleep, clothes to wear, a family. #alohastartshere #peace #mentalhealth #healing #sprititualhealing
I just completed this course, and learned so much. Please consider taking it so you can be better prepared to help others and protect your family.

Aloha Starts Here! Our mission is to offer new beginnings to caregivers and clinicians while providing exceptional home health care services built upon innovation, skill, and family based values of compassion, honesty and patience.

Operating as usual

hi everyone
just a friendly reminder to protect yourself when you go out in public. Where a facemask and maintain social distancing

[07/04/20]   happy Fourth of July stay safe and stay well

[06/26/20]   Happy Friday from all of us at Wellcare to you be safe everyone

We gave our welcome area a new look what do you think?

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Battle Scars (acoustic) - Paradise Fears

Hello everyone here's a song to help keep our spirits up in this weird time. Stay well.
https://youtu.be/21JO418YZhU

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[06/02/20]   I would like to give a Huge shout out to one of our Great employee's, Indea Chapel ! Indea was chosen for Employee of the month for June, She has always been there when needed on such A short notice, The client's love her and she has always stepped up to help whenever called upon without hesitation. Indea goes above and beyond for her client's. Indea is caring, compassionate, loving and always smiling. Thank you Indea for all you do and nothing goes unnoticed. Wellcare appreciates you and CONGRATULATIONS. Keep smiling and making a difference in others lives. You are an Outstanding Employee !

[05/04/20]   WellCare Family Home Health would like to recognize Penny Stallard and Laquilla Vineyard as our April employees of the month.

Thank you both for all the hard work and dedication. We appreciate you!

Goldie

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During this stressful time, it is important to strengthen your mental health. I personally suffer from severe anxiety, severe depression, PTSD, and seasonal affective disorder. I urge you all to view the American Psychiatric Association, Center for WorkPlace Mental Health's
"Working Remotely During COVID-19: Your Mental Health and Well-Being" guide.

Goldie

just enrolled in this course---it's free and looks incredible.

It’s easy to let negative thoughts and feelings creep in during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The coronavirus is spreading. Nations are under quarantine. People are out of work. Some schools remain closed, indefinitely.

If you’re feeling afraid, you’re not alone. Despite all of this, keeping a positive mindset can go a long way in managing through a difficult time.

Holding onto a positive attitude can help you center on things that provide you with what you need to make it through this day. It’s really important these days.

Support systems are important you; can’t do it alone

Keeping positive isn’t simply a ‘do-it-yourself’ project. For many, there is a community they can turn to, whether it’s family or friends, or a church community or mosque, whatever it might be. Leaning on those people who care about you offers you real strength and resources for the day.

Trusting information from fact-based sources can also help ease anxiety.

Avoid anything that’s not based on fact, or from reliable sources. Wild rumors tend to go on social media. Stick to the facts and hang onto your faith.

Five practices that have helped others keep a positive outlook:

1. Gratitude
Having a sense of gratitude. There are still things to be thankful for. For those who have a job, be thankful for that. For those who don’t, that they have people around who care for them. There are many other things to be thankful for. An awareness of the good things in the sense of gratitude.

2. Faith
The second thing has proven very important for me, being basic faith practices. Prayer is one that’s mentioned very often, but with that, worship online or a Bible study. Thinking about key verses that have been very important to you in your own faith journey.

Gathering with a friend or two to talk about faith and meeting challenges these days. Any kind of faith practice really helps center and strengthen one.

3. Routine
Try to maintain a rhythm and routine for each day. Establishing a routine will help ease the anxieties that have surfaced from the drastic changes in the world around us.

4. Helping Others
Find a way to help others. A faith practice that is so critical is not simply an awareness of God’s love for you, but trying to give that love away, to share with others. So, think to yourself, "what practical things can I do to help people around me?”

5. Stop and smell the flowers
The last thing, terms of filling our spiritual glass, is some sense of creation around us. Whether it’s looking out at a field and noticing the trees beginning to bud, or if it is simply a pet that you have — a dog or a cat that you love spending time with — that can really fill you up and give you a hopeful sense about the day.

We are all in this together.

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When and how to wear medical masks to protect against the new coronavirus?

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If you do not have any respiratory symptoms, such as fever, cough, or runny nose, you do not need to wear a medical mask. When used alone, masks can give you...

Yesterday, Ohio's Governor, Mike Dewine issued a "Stay Home" order that will go in effect tonight at 11:59 p.m. The order will remain in effect until April 6, at which point state officials will reassess.

So what does that mean for Ohio?
It's nothing new from what the governor has previously recommended.
An order simply will make it enforceable.

At its basic concept, Ohioans should all stay at home. Nonessential workers should work from home.

It does permit exceptions to staying home.
Commonsense exceptions are leaving for health and safety, for necessary supplies and services, and for outdoor activity (walking your dog, going to a park), although DeWine said that playgrounds will be closed.

You can leave home to take care of others.
You can take care of your neighbor, your family, and your friends.

The second part of the Stay Home Ohio order talks about essential workers and businesses. The state used the Homeland Security guidelines. These are the accepted businesses that are essential for us to continue to live, such as grocery stores, gas stations, hospitals, etc.

In addition, only essential travel is permitted across the state. People riding public transit must comply with social distancing requirements "to the greatest extent feasible," the order states. The order allows travel into or out of the state to maintain essential business or for operations and minimum basic operations.

Leaving the home is permitted, and no one is required to stay cooped up in their homes, the order states. Walking outside is allowed, but maintaining safe social distancing requirements is required.

So what will remain open?
The obvious will remain open, like first responders services, health care workers, transportation and essential infrastructure.

According to CDC guidelines, the following businesses are considered essential:

-Retail fuel centers, such as gas stations and truck stops, and the distribution systems that support them
-Retailers that sell groceries and medicine
-Restaurant carry-out and quick-serve food operations
-Food manufacturer employees and their supplier employees
-Employees and firms supporting food, feed and beverage distribution, including warehouse workers, vendor-managed inventory controllers and blockchain managers
-Farm workers and support service workers to include those who field crops; commodity inspection; fuel ethanol facilities; storage facilities and other agricultural inputs
-Employees supporting or enabling transportation functions, including dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers, truck stop and rest area workers and workers who maintain and inspect infrastructure
-Petroleum drilling, extraction, production, processing, refining, terminal operations, transporting and retail for use as end-use fuels or feedstocks for chemical manufacturing
-Truck drivers who haul hazardous and waste materials to support critical infrastructure, capabilities, functions, and services
-Workers who are needed to provide consumer access to banking and lending services, including ATMs, and to move currency and payments (e.g., armored cash carriers)

For more information regarding this order, visit
https://governor.ohio.gov/wps/portal/gov/governor/media/news-and-media/ohio-issues-stay-at-home-order-and-new-restrictions-placed-on-day-cares-for-children

Goldie

A message from our President/CEO

Aloha! Music is healing to the soul! Christopher Milo is sharing his God given talent with the world to bring peace during this worrisome time. Take some time to pause and be still today, mediate or pray. As you do, reflect upon the simple miracles of your daily life. Having clean water, a place to sleep, clothes to wear, a family. #alohastartshere #peace #mentalhealth #healing #sprititualhealing

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corporate.charter.com In the coming weeks, many Americans will be affected either directly or indirectly by COVID-19 and Charter is focused on serving and supporting our 29 million customers.

Wellcare Family would like to recognize Amy Harris as our March employee of the month.

Amy has been a part of our team for 5 years, working as a STNA.
She is hard working, compassionate, and goes above and beyond for her clients.
Her dedication to her clients never goes unnoticed. We would like to show her our appreciation by placing her in the spotlight.

Thank you Amy!

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Charter to Offer Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi For 60-Days For New K-12 and College Student Households and More

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corporate.charter.com In the coming weeks, many Americans will be affected either directly or indirectly by COVID-19 and Charter is focused on serving and supporting our 29 million customers.

gotta stay safe

Our staff is taking extraordinary measures to ensure all client and WellCare Family team member safety during this time. Our staff has been educated and trained on universal precautions to help prevent the spread the of COVID-19.

Our WellCare Family team will continue to provide exceptional care during these times so that our clients remain in good health.

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[03/18/20]   The outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in adults and children. Coping with stress will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger.

Everyone reacts differently to stressful situations.
How you respond to the outbreak can depend on your background, the things that make you different from other people, and the community you live in.

People who may respond more strongly to the stress of a crisis include:
• Older people and people with chronic diseases who are at higher risk for COVID-19
• Children and teens
• People who are helping with the response to COVID-19, like doctors and other health care providers, or first responders
• People who have mental health conditions including problems with substance use

If you, or someone you care about, are feeling overwhelmed with emotions like sadness, depression, or anxiety, or feel like you want to harm yourself or others call
• 911
• Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) Disaster Distress Helpline: 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. (TTY 1-800-846-8517)

Stress during an infectious disease outbreak can include
• Fear and worry about your own health and the health of your loved ones
• Changes in sleep or eating patterns
• Difficulty sleeping or concentrating
• Worsening of chronic health problems
• Increased use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs

People with preexisting mental health conditions should continue with their treatment and be aware of new or worsening symptoms. Additional information can be found at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSAexternal icon) website.
Taking care of yourself, your friends, and your family can help you cope with stress. Helping others cope with their stress can also make your community stronger.

Things you can do to support yourself
• Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
• Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep, and avoid alcohol and drugs.
• Make time to unwind. Try to do some other activities you enjoy.
• Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.

Call your healthcare provider if stress gets in the way of your daily activities for several days in a row.
Sharing the facts about COVID-19 and understanding the actual risk to yourself and people you care about can make an outbreak less stressful.

When you share accurate information about COVID-19, you can help make people feel less stressed and allow you to connect with them.

Children and teens react, in part, on what they see from the adults around them. When parents and caregivers deal with the COVID-19 calmly and confidently, they can provide the best support for their children. Parents can be more reassuring to others around them, especially children, if they are better prepared.

Not all children and teens respond to stress in the same way. Some common changes to watch for include
• Excessive crying or irritation in younger children
• Returning to behaviors they have outgrown (for example, toileting accidents or bedwetting)
• Excessive worry or sadness
• Unhealthy eating or sleeping habits
• Irritability and “acting out” behaviors in teens
• Difficulty with attention and concentration
• Avoidance of activities enjoyed in the past
• Unexplained headaches or body pain
• Use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs

There are many things you can do to support your child
• Take time to talk with your child or teen about the COVID-19 outbreak. Answer questions and share facts about COVID-19 in a way that your child or teen can understand.
• Reassure your child or teen that they are safe. Let them know it is ok if they feel upset. Share with them how you deal with your own stress so that they can learn how to cope from you.
• Limit your family’s exposure to news coverage of the event, including social media. Children may misinterpret what they hear and can be frightened about something they do not understand.
• Try to keep up with regular routines. If schools are closed, create a schedule for learning activities and relaxing or fun activities.
• Be a role model. Take breaks, get plenty of sleep, exercise, and eat well. Connect with your friends and family members.

RESPONDERS:
Responding to COVID-19 can take an emotional toll on you. There are things you can do to reduce secondary traumatic stress (STS) reactions:
• Acknowledge that STS can impact anyone helping families after a traumatic event.
• Learn the symptoms including physical (fatigue, illness) and mental (fear, withdrawal, guilt).
• Allow time for you and your family to recover from responding to the pandemic.
• Create a menu of personal self-care activities that you enjoy, such as spending time with friends and family, exercising, or reading a book.
• Take a break from media coverage of COVID-19.
• Ask for help if you feel overwhelmed or concerned that COVID-19 is affecting your ability to care for your family and patients as you did before the outbreak.
For people who have been released from quarantine
Being separated from others if a healthcare provider thinks you may have been exposed to COVID-19 can be stressful, even if you do not get sick. Everyone feels differently after coming out of quarantine. Some feelings include:
• Mixed emotions, including relief after quarantine
• Fear and worry about your own health and the health of your loved ones
• Stress from the experience of monitoring yourself or being monitored by others for signs and symptoms of COVID-19
• Sadness, anger, or frustration because friends or loved ones have unfounded fears of contracting the disease from contact with you, even though you have been determined not to be contagious
• Guilt about not being able to perform normal work or parenting duties during quarantine
• Other emotional or mental health changes

It is important that in these times, we are taking our mental health and the mental health of those around us, seriously. Do not ignore the signs of feeling unable to deal with the stress and coping of the situation. Please reach out for additional help.

Our staff is taking extraordinary measures to ensure all client and WellCare Family team member safety during this time. Our staff has been educated and trained on universal precautions to help prevent the spread the of COVID-19.

Our WellCare Family team will continue to provide exceptional care during these times so that our clients remain in good health.

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Our Story

Since 1993, we have provided compassionate, skilled care to patients with Medicaid, Medicare, VA, and other insurances. Many of our patients have no supplemental insurance. We do not turn anyone away due to financial restrictions.

Our small size allows us to provide the personal touch that you and your family want from your healthcare providers. We blend nursing with physical, occupational, and speech therapy to meet every patients’ unique needs. Our aim is to help your whole family live better and strengthen their bonds.

We are committed to the wellness of our employees. We help them further their education so they may thrive.

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1020 Woodman Dr, Suite 210
Dayton, OH
45432

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