Category Archives: Family

Helpful pillow for Chondrodermatitis nodularis chronica helicis (CNH) (Posted late on 09/01 from 08/30)

As I stated yesterday, there are some helpful products that we can acquire for our clients that suffer from Chondrodermatitis nodularis chronica helicis (CNH). One such product is the SleepEasy CNH Pillow. This pillow has a depression, a hole if … Continue reading

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Are your clients withdrawing? (Posted late on 08/19 from 08/18)

Even though your clients may have been extremely social before they were diagnosed with either Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia, they may withdraw from all that they were and all that they loved in their ‘previous’ life. It is sad that … Continue reading

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Love, love and more love

Each day for the past couple of weeks, my clients and their family members have reached out to me to see if I needed any help and to offer their services to me. I guess the fact that I show … Continue reading

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So much other research to do

Daily there is something that comes up with elderly care that I know very little if anything about. I am constantly researching; learning how to better serve my clients. It is all in effort to continue showing them that With … Continue reading

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A little about allergy medications (posted late on 02/21 from 02/20)

Until I began looking into allergy medications for dad, I did not realize the differences. Now I understand them much better. According to the website http://www.oklahomaheart.com/blog/what-allergy-medicines-can-i-safely-take-if-i-have-heart-disease-or-high-blood-pressure#.VOSvP_nF_Ds and Dr. Wayne Leimbach, various nasal corticosteroids can be taken safely for people with … Continue reading

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Timeout for a tribute to ‘The True Scott!’

Today was the memorial service for the father/grandfather of a great friend and a boy that is just like a son to me. In fact, I consider him a second son ever since he and Reese were in Kindergarten together … Continue reading

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Family caretaker depression

While it is not easy being a caretaker for any senior citizen – especially those suffering from the various forms of Dementia, it is really difficult for some family members that tend to be overburdened by the task. This is … Continue reading

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