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Viewing posts from: July 2015

5 Ways To Keep Seniors Entertained During Cold Weather

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30.07.15

Though the cold weather means sweater weather, senior caregivers should be cautious on how to keep their seniors entertained in this type of weather. This is because cold weather easily makes one feel lonely and is often the time depression is at its highest peak. To help you keep spirits up all throughout the cold weather here are a few suggestions on what you could do.

 

Autumn Tips for Senior Caregivers

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27.07.15

Summer is fast leaving and winter’s just beyond the mountain but in between comes autumn. Autumn might be fun for the young with all that leaf pile jumping and sweaters but it could also be a health risk for senior if they are not cared for properly.  

How to Cope with Life-limiting Illness

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16.07.15

Even how much you try to evade it, the likelihood of your senior loved one to get caught by a life-limiting illness is high. Yes, you provide them with care, love and maintain their good health, but there’s still a big chance for them to acquire this diagnosis. If not today, maybe tomorrow or the next after that. As much as you know it, it’s one sad part of growing old.  

New Innovations for Senior Care and Caregivers

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10.07.15

Every year new innovations come into the market in all shapes, sizes and functions. The majority of these are targeted to the younger generation, however a handful of these come to the aid of senior caregivers.  

The Best Approach to Elders with Mental Illness

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02.07.15

It’s not easy to talk about mental illness with elderly loved ones who are suffering from mental health issues. Chances are, you'll offend them or upset them unintentionally. As a caregiver, it’s not an excuse if you didn’t mean to make your patients react violently with your actions because it’s your duty to know the right way to approach them. Ignorance is not a claimable reason to absolve you from the consequences of the problems you’ve caused.