How to Care for the Elderly During COVID-19

How to Care for the Elderly During COVID-19

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it is challenging to know what to do or how to take care of your loved one who may be at a higher risk of contracting this virus.  This is especially true if they have an advanced illness.  At WV Caring, our goal is to...

Blood Cancer Awareness Month

September is recognized as Blood Cancer Awareness Month to bring attention to the types of blood cancers like leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Blood cancers form in the bone marrow where it creates blood, or in the lymphatic system that protects us from infections. In...

Cancer: How WV Caring Can Help

Cancer affects everyone differently. The battle of cancer is influenced by many factors from the patient’s environment, support system, lifestyle to their past experiences. The physical and emotional effects can be terrifying, overwhelming, and weighing for the...
Stroke Awareness: How Can WV Caring Help?

Stroke Awareness: How Can WV Caring Help?

The highest mortality among stroke patients occurs within the first 30 days. The effects of a stroke can lead to damage that is irreversible and can impact a number of functions necessary for the body to function properly. With someone suffering from a stroke every...