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Various Kinds of Companion Care

Technological advancements, especially in the field of medicine have come a long way. Among the positives it has brought is increasing the lifespan of people. More and more individuals reach senior years and the majority of them opt to age at home. They need some form of home care services such as personal care in … Continue reading

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Signs That Indicate a Person Requires Home Care

Independence is valuable to every person. This holds especially true for adults because being independent means so much to them. While most adults have no trouble living on their own, it’s another story for the rest. Patients and seniors may find it a little too challenging to take care of themselves. Even a simple task, … Continue reading

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Improving Your Senior’s Sleep Quality at Home

Sleep is essential for sustaining a healthy mind and body. Sleep is equally vital for seniors because it helps recover their body’s overall health after a long day of conducting daily activities and favorite hobbies. It is also the body’s way of fighting off infections and weariness, which may prevent your loved ones from living … Continue reading

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Personal Care: Assisting Elderlies and Patients with Personal Hygiene

Oral hygiene, bathing, eliminating, shaving, brushing, and styling hair are all examples of basic hygiene for adults. These procedures may appear to be easy, yet they are critical to a patient’s health. For that reason, they require all available assistance in meeting their personal hygiene requirements. Signing a patient up for home care in Intrinsic … Continue reading

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Addressing Nutrition-Related Concerns in the Elderly

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Dementia Care: Coping with Communication

Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or other types of dementia can be a long, mentally and emotionally taxing journey. These are chronic illnesses that will affect your loved one’s ability to remember and understand basic everyday facts, such as your name, dates, and places. It will also gradually affect the way your loved one … Continue reading

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