Tag Archives: elderly care

How to Esure your Loved Ones are Getting the Best Care?

by Nisha Whether you are in the process of transferring a loved one to a care home, or you currently discussing the possibility, you of course want to make sure that your loved one goes to the best home available. Whether you are looking at care homes in Southampton or anywhere else in the country,…
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What Joy Loverde Wants You to Know About Going Back to School

If you live and work near Denver and Boulder, Colorado you are one of the lucky ones. Have you heard about Active Minds™? Since 2002, a few educators began reading poetry in a church basement; soon after their agenda included educational courses focusing on contemporary global issues, historical themes, music appreciation, great decisions and foreign…
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5 Ways to Care for Your Loved One After a Stroke

--Philip J Reed, Valley Hospital Medical Center Watching a loved one, particularly an elderly person, recover from a stroke can be a frightening and frustrating time for everyone involved. Their primary stroke center will offer all of the care needed while in hospital, but what about afterwards? It can seem overwhelming to care for someone…
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How to Find a Job in Elderly Care

By William G. Paven, PHR The desire to care for those who can't care for themselves is an admirable one. If you’ve ever wanted to enter into elderly care as a profession, and you’re the nurturing type, you’re in luck. Many elderly care jobs are available today. In order to embark on such a career,…
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Importance Of Wound Care In First Aiding The Elderly

by: Irdayante Kadir The elderly body is really hard to take care; elders are fragile and prone to simple accidents that may lead to bruises and wounds. Often times it is frustrating to take care of an aged member of the family as there's always lack of response in terms of their health. No matter…
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How to Get Organized When Your Elderly Loved Ones Need You

by: Jean Marie Herron It happens to us all; as we age so do our parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, siblings and other special people in our lives. Even if your family is running smoothly right now it's never too early to plan what to do before a crisis sets in. (more…)
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Top 7 Tips For Avoiding Elder Caregiver Burnout

By Hal Robertson If you are an elder care giver, a great way to reduce stress is to simply be accepting of limitations - both your elder's and your own. Don't constantly dwell on small irritations - look at the big picture. The house is dusty and your elder is still in the same shirt…
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Tips For Taking Care of the Elderly

By Allan Wu Caring for old people may be rough. At times, these old people become very hard to understand which makes it impossible for anyone to deal with their attitude. But patience is very important. During these instances, we are needed to show respect and provide help for them. Numerous elder care arrangements have…
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