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Our programs and services at a glance

  • Community Services
  • Educational Programs
  • Financial Education/ Literacy
  • Stress Reduction
  • Nerve Assist Training
  • Services for the Aging Seniors/ Estate Planning
  • Housing Solutions
  • Consultancy & Special Services
  • Case Management
  • Safe Patient Handling
  • The Legally Conscious Nurse
  • Cultural Competency
  • Extended Arts
  • Intergenerational Workshops
  • Inter-Cultural Programs


Navigating the Caregiver’s Maze

Finding Support and Planning for Your Care giving Journey

Financial Literacy

Navigating and Benefiting from the Medicare Landscape

The Art of Caregiving

Nurse Driven Housing Solutions: Home Living


Navigating the Caregiver’s Maze


Abstract: What is Home Care Giving?

As the cost of healthcare soar to its highest, the solution has gone to the basics, using strategies and resources that are almost readily available to individuals and families. Healthcare takes on the first line of defense for affordable care: The Home Caregivers. A home caregiver is an unpaid or paid person who helps another individual with impairment with his or her basic needs of maintaining activities of daily living at home. This first level of care is based on the philosophy that care giving is a natural instinct if not an innate human characteristic enabling a person to take care of himself and or others. It is also very important to note that the home is the most natural place to be taken cared of.


With an increasingly aging population in all developed societies, the role of caregiver has been increasingly recognized as an important one, both functionally and economically. Care giving is most commonly used to address impairments related to old age, disability, a disease, or a mental disorder that are essentially chronic in nature. Any person with health impairment might use care giving services to address their difficulties. Based on love and caring, equipped with basic instinct of survival and self preservation, Home Care-Giving in essence is improving the lives of older adults and supporting their families by lightening their load of caring for loved ones and assisting them in providing safe, competent, friendly, culturally appropriate and comfortable services.


Rationale & Background: 

According to an article in The Wall Street Journal on the difficulties of aging, an AARPstudy found that 88% of people 65 and older wanted to stay in their current home as long as possible (AARP Bulletin/Real Possibilities, p. 46, November 2015).


 Healthcare Economics:

The amount of care giving which is done as unpaid work exceeds the amount done as work for hire. In the United States, for example, a 1997 study estimated the labor value of unpaid care giving at US$196 billion, while the formal home health care work sector generated US$32 billion and nursing home care generated US$83 billion. The implication is that since so much personal investment is made in this sector, social programs to increase the efficiency and efficacy of caregivers would bring great benefit to society if they were easy to access and use.



Your Guide to Medicare/Medicaid

How it Works: By Continental Home Care

AARP/PAGASA Social Foundation/The Nursing Office



We are establishing an alliance with other community groups in order to provide  public health education that is culturally appropriate to the community we serve.

The Senior Citizens at Filipino-American Human Services, Inc. (FAHSI) group singing during the 30th death anniversary commemoration of Sen. Benigno Aquino. (Aug., 2013)


How to Celebrate your 100th Birthday

How to Celebrate your 100th Birthday

Longevity is one of the features of the 21st century because of the advances in science, technology, medicine as well as lifestyles that are geared to self-preservation, better health and longer lives.


One of our nursing goals includes continued health promotion through education. More and more people are celebrating their 100th birthday. This is a sign of man’s good control over his environment, one of the paradigms of nursing.

The Nursing Office, AKA Wellness Circle, and Philippine Community Center Services for Aging celebrates Ludy Resurreccion's birthday (June, 2016)
Fil-Am Senior Citizens Celebrating Birthdays Together
Philippine American Group for Aging Seniors of America

Adult Day Care Project

May 13, 2014, NYC


The Nursing Office and The Philippine American Group for Aging Seniors of America met to discuss issues relating to the aging Filipino-Americans. Discussions included plans for establishing coalition with area nursing homes to provide programs culturally appropriate to the Filipinos to promote image of nursing homes to a community where nursing homes are the last resort to provide care.


Brainstorming opened up possibilities for an Adult Daycare Facility to provide services to active seniors and extend their care and stay in the comfort of their homes. And the mission goes and moves forward.


Nurses Lunch Break:

Your best lunchbreak... ever!

This is a monthly learning,networking,and fun day for the busy nurse.

In a full three-hour, we will deliver the things that matter to you.


New York City:

 The Nursing Office. Com kicks off its RN Financials


The Nurses Lunch Break launched as the best lunch break ever for nurses last May 20, 2010. The event highlighted with networking, learning and fun at the AWSG Office in Manhattan with the presentation of Safe Patient Handling and Disability/Income Protection for nurses. This is a monthly lunch-and-learn type of event sponsored by RN Financials as a part of its Financial Education Program for Nurses.

The program was coordinated by Irma Calara-Nielsen of Advanced Wealth Solutions Group and Myrna Santos from the Nursing Office.Com

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Nurses Lunch Break Kick-Off
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