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Determination of health

Of course, as I have been harping about for the past few days, seniors get cold for more than one reason. It is important for caregivers to make the determination of what type of condition they believe warrants actual medical … 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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Are your clients falling a lot?

People diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or many of the various types of Dementia have drastic changes in judgement. This can lead them to falling down, slipping or losing balance quite easily. If you were not aware that these mental deficiencies … Continue reading

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Big shopping day to enjoy

Each week a client and I go out shopping for a day or two. It is really great therapy for each of us in our own way. We get to laugh and giggle and just have a marvelous time together. … Continue reading

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Delving into anything and everything I can

For my clients – and perhaps someday my own family – I am doing everything that I can to learn about everything that can and does affect elderly health. In my own family there are several things that I need … Continue reading

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Bracing for another week

The thing about elderly care is that things are fluid; always changing. You never know from one day to another what will develop physically, mentally, psychologically or socially with them. So, once you are off for a full weekend, it … Continue reading

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When changes in life totally confuse matters (Posted late on 12/19 from 12/18)

It must be something awful to witness the person of your dreams becomes the person of your nightmares as they change so much that you no longer recognize them for the person that you once loved with all of your … Continue reading

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