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When was the last time you had an interesting ‘conversation’ with an elderly person in your life? By this, it basically refers to a conversation that may have seemed innocent enough but quickly devolved into name-calling, belligerence, hostility, or even that senior storming out of the room. It can happen with a variety of topics.…Read More
For those who have an aging senior in their life beginning to show signs of frailty, slowing down, and even having difficulty with some Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), such as bathing, toileting, or even preparing meals, they might not think about the various home care options available. Many of these seniors don’t want to…Read More
The solution is simple. When a parent is diagnosed with any form of dementia, which can include Alzheimer’s, having them move in with you is the right solution, correct? What causes people to believe this idea? Sure, it is easy to assume that when your elderly parent diagnosed with Alzheimer’s is living with you that…Read More
The day just simply got away from you. You woke up just before 5 o’clock in the morning. Your eyes didn’t want to open. The hot or cold shower didn’t do anything to help you sharpen up and focus your mind. You went to work feeling frustrated and stressed. The last several months have been…Read More
Home care is a wonderful option for most people who have disabilities, are recovering from injuries or surgery, or the elderly who may find it difficult to maintain daily life in a safe and healthy manner. For veterans who have been disabled, home care can be a wonderful asset that not only improves quality of…Read More
ARDS, or acute respiratory distress syndrome, is a life-threatening situation in which the lungs begin to fill up with fluid, usually through the blood vessels that begin leaking inside the air sacs. It can be caused by any number of other pre-existing conditions, including pneumonia, sepsis, trauma, or even head injuries. If an elderly person…Read More
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