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Viewing posts from: September 2015

Reconciling with the Inevitable: When Caregiving Journey Ends

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Admit it. There is always a time in your caregiving journey when you want to take a long and relaxing vacation. But when that time does come and go, you find yourself in a standstill then you start asking yourself this important question, “What’s next?”

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Tips on Caregiving for Disabled People

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Caregiving is not only limited to caring for the elderly but it also spawns to other types of patients including disabled people. But the pressure and duties are still the same as the caregiver has to face such as stress. However, there are also differences when it comes to the type of care and it may not be the same as to caring for the elderly or those suffering from dementia.

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Are You An Alzheimer’s Caregiver? 5 Strategies to Reduce Caregiver Burnout

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Being an Alzheimer’s caregiver can be a stressful profession. Not only will you want to fulfill the expected duties of a caregiver but you also have to deal with patients with special needs, such as those with Alzheimer. Caregiving can be a daunting task, so if you are a caregiver it’s normal to feel stressed and fatigued. This is natural as Caregiving is strenuous task, however you should always remember to give yourself time to recover. Remember that you can only do so much.

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Senior Health: Eating Healthy the Right Way

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One of the most important things that families and caregivers should be vigilant about when caring for a senior is their diet. Seniors diets are a far-cry from the diet that they have grown used to when they were younger and most of the time they need help re-adjusting to a new diet. They may get cranky and short-tempered, but always be patient and let them understand why you are doing this.

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