Monthly Archives: August 2017

The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Other Dementias, and Memory Loss (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

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Through five editions, The 36-Hour Day has been an essential resource for families who love and care for people with Alzheimer disease. Whether a person has Alzheimer disease or another form of dementia, he or she will face a host of problems. The 36-Hour Day will help family members and caregivers address these challenges and simultaneously cope with their own emotions and needs.Featuring useful takeaway messages and informed by recent research into the causes of and the […]

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Old Age Home – A Safe Place for Old People

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Increasing number of old people is a growing issue in today’s world. Due to the nuclear family concept, the number of younger people decreases and the number of old people increases. As a result, the number of people who need to take care old people decreases. Nowadays a family has maximum one or two children and they may be working at different places. So they cannot take care their old parents as they are not available at […]

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Take Good Care: Finding Your Joy in Compassionate Caregiving

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In a time when tens of millions of people provide care for family members, older adults, and people with special needs, we should all be experts at it. Instead, we often struggle with caring for others while taking care of ourselves.Cynthia Orange’s newest gem is a rare combination of inspiration and information that invites us to examine our behavior and feelings with an open heart, free from judgment, as we care for others and ourselves. Take Good […]

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Education and Support Programs for Caregivers: Research, Practice, Policy (Caregiving: Research • Practice • Policy)

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For many, caring for a chronically ill family member is “the right thing to do”, but it is also often a source of emotional hardship, physical stress, and social isolation. In response, skill-building, coping, and psychoeducational programs have emerged to help caregivers meet the changes and challenges in their – as well as the patients’ – lives. Education and Support Programs for Caregivers reveals the diversity of the caregiver population as well as their experiences and needs, […]

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Finduat Wireless Doorbell Operating 900 feet Range with Over 36 Chimes & Adjustable Volume, No Radiation Cordless Music Door Set for Home Villa Apartment Elder-care (White,Waterproof)

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Healthy life. The ubiquitous caring. Let you enjoy the comfort and content! Out professional and careful making will Bring more good products to everyone. Humanized design, do not need to turn to professional or installation simple, completely free decorating expense, avoid iron wall, insert the indoor conventional socket can be used, can move installation location. Using high frequency wireless transmission techniques, innovation of same frequency codes and dial the code function, one yard rang error rate to […]

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Products For the Elderly – Entertainment Products For Seniors

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As people get older, there are fewer and fewer activities they can do. Many people are not able to go for a drive or go to the gym like younger people. So many family members take entertainment and the access to it for granted. In order to make your loved one as comfortable and entertained as possible, there are products for the elderly that are designed to keep them entertained. One of the activities that people love […]

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Caring for My Mom with Love, Laughter, and Tears: A Journey Through Caregiving at the End of Life

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Caring for an aging parent requires patience and stamina. Caregiving is hard work. Acknowledging that someone you love is dying is even harder. Caring for My Mom with Love, Laughter, and Tears is the true story of how, with the help of hospice, the author, Rae Ann, was able to honor her mother’s wish to live out the rest of her life, cared for by her daughter, and surrounded by the comforts of home. As the story […]

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Don’t Toss My Memories in the Trash-A Step-by-Step Guide to Helping Seniors Downsize, Organize, and Move

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Vickie Dellaquila draws on her experience as a professional organizer and senior move manager to share her most valuable tips on downsizing and moving. Here is a book that will help you downsize, organize, and move in an organized, efficient, and caring manner. With her background in healthcare and social services, Vickie brings expertise and warmth to helping seniors face the physical and emotional aspects of moving to a new home. Whether you are a senior embarking […]

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