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limitedmobility

Many people are of the belief that living with a disability makes it impossible to exercise effectively, if at all. But the truth is, there are actually plenty of ways in which individuals with physic...

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questionswhenfindingcare

1) Are they insured, state-licensed, and accredited? 2) Have they been certified by Medicare for health and safety? 3) How do they screen their employees? How do they train and monitor their car...

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dementia2

1. “You have dementia” or “You are suffering from memory problems”. These are never good statements for persons with dementia. Reminding them that they are confused will neither help you win an argume...

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stroke

a. Joint pain and rigidity b. Weakness on one side of the patient’s body c. Altered senses and spatial relations d. Speech and language problems Stroke is a brain injury wherein recovery i...

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stroke2

Important Tips for an Effective Post-Stroke Care Plan (Part Two) a. Make the appropriate modifications to your or your loved ones’ homes to keep them safe and comfortable. b. Set rehabilitation ...

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stroke1

a. Ask questions. Talk to your family members’ primary care physicians about any concerns you may have. Ask for specific details, if need b. Make sure to check regular blood tests. Strokes oftentim...

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tips

a. Don’t let yourselves get caught up in arguments. Use jokes instead of scolding your family members. b. Slowly replace bad habits more effectively. For example, you can monitor their meals, give ...

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1. Look out for new symptoms that might signal other medical conditions. 2. Rely on home care assistance from Caregivers Unlimited LLC. We can help your parents and grandparents with their meal pla...

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First, you need to identify your loved ones’ home care needs and to determine the level of care that they require. Home care companies usually provide services that are specially tailored to meet thei...