Caregivers In Israel

The caregivers phenomenon in Israel is very wide and in a certain way unique which is not similar to what is going on in other countries around the world. In […]

By | 7, March 2016|

Who are the people who immigrate?

By now, we’ve learned the reasons that lead people to immigrate, we reviewed the types of immigration. In this following article, we will know more about the people. The people […]

By | 5, January 2016|

Managing Caregiver Stress

A caregiver is anyone who provides help to another person in need who can’t take care of themselves or need assistance to do everyday tasks.

Working in the nursing field needs […]

By | 9, November 2015|

Tasty food for the elderly – is it possible?

There is a common perception on the third age nutrition’ for most people, the first thing that comes out of our head while thinking about this context is saltless food, […]

By | 3, November 2015|

Canada, Immigration and What’s in Between

Canada was and still a country of immigration. In order to increase its population and to help the economy grow, Canada opens its doors to immigrants. But, unlike in the […]

By | 7, September 2015|

Canada live-in caregiver program

Canada is a multicultural country, with a diverse population of origin, ethnic and religious background. The population in Canada was built, and continues growing on immigration from different countries. In […]

By | 2, September 2015|

A Stranger in a Strange Land

The perceptions of the foreign workers in Israel and in every country who use the services of the foreign workers are very specific and narrow:

The need for someone to care […]

By | 25, August 2015|

Illegal Caregivers in Israel

There are approximatively 12.000 illegal caregivers in Israel according to the Ministry of Interior statistics for 2015. Being illegal involves a high level of stress and risks as the caregiver is not entitled to get a job and doesn’t have any protection because of his status in Israel. Life becomes quite hard for illegal caregivers as anytime they can be picked up from the streets by the immigration officers and sent immediately back to their home country.

By | 18, May 2015|