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People who are living with Alzheimer’s are vulnerable because, over time they have experienced various cognitive changes, so consistency is paramount in everything they do.

When assigning caregivers to Alzheimer’s clients, the aim is to focus on building a relationship of trust and bond betwe...

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Having good nutrition and a balanced diet is good quality of life. 

However, as older adults get older, many may lose the ability to respond to the stimuli for chewing and swallowing. 

Chewing and swallowing is the initial breaking down of solid food. 

This is the first stage of digestion. ...

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“Tell Tail Signs Your Loved-Ones are Experiencing the First Stages of Alzheimer’s”

It is important that children, family members and friends of individuals who are experiencing the first stages of Alzheimer’s disease, understand and know the physical changes that will occur, as the diseas...

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What is Sun-Downing?

Sundowning is a symptom of many neurological dieses, including Alzheimer’s.

It manifests itself through confusion, restlessness, increase fear and hallucination.

As the caregiver, what should you do when this occur?

Firstly, make patient/client’s safety your priority.


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One of the most important aspect of exhorting a great quality of life is to make sure that your client or patient have healthy gums, teeth, and tongue. Prevention is consistent oral care!

Some oral problems are bad breath, plaque buildup, or gum diseases.

A clean and happy mouth will sustain th...

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Hands and feet are also known as the Upper and lower extremities.

These parts of the body are as important as the brain, in my opinion!

As age manifest itself on the human body, immediate care becomes a priority.

Suggested Care

Some important function of the feet is mobility, having the abil...

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Caring for a loved one at home?
Here are some helpful tips…..Handling Emergencies.


Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA)

(TIA) is a brief episode during which parts of the brain do not receive enough blood.

Patient exhibits stroke like symptoms….


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If you PANIC first, then you are in the WRONG field! (Active Caregiver)

Safety at home is one of the most important concern in every aspect of senior care.

Today many in the senior community, desire to remain at home as they get older.

They do so because, being in the comfort of their own hom...

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Urinary Tract Infection

One of the most common problem faced by members of the senior community is Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

It must be the intention of caregivers of all stripe to be on the lookout for the tell tale signs of this infection. “The vast majority of urinary tract infections...

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