Tag Archives: moods

Be gentle to the aging

Some days you may feel as frustrated as a volcano about to erupt being an elderly caregiver and at other times you may look at your aging client and see the sweetest, neediest, most loving individual you could ever possibly … Continue reading

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Another day, another shopping excursion

I just have to wonder why Mother Nature is trying her damndest to throw me off guard with the icky weather conditions that my client and I must face each week during our shopping excursions. Although weather cannot be put … Continue reading

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When holding hands is all you need

I can walk into a client’s home and derive just what type of day it will be by what that client wants to do during my visit. Some days we are busy eating, doing exercises, puzzles and crafts, where other … Continue reading

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Annual state of confusion

I don’t know why some weeks provide seniors with an utter state of confusion while other weeks they are perfectly lucid. It seems strange, yet changing conditions of many types can alter even the best of moods in any of … Continue reading

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