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care for elderly

Everything you need to know about elderly care

The time may come when changes in physical and mental health will lead to decline in the standard of life. We have to be aware of how the process of ageing is affecting them and what we can do to meet their needs, which will be ever-changing.
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One to one care for dementia patients

Dementia is a neurological disease affecting the brain and causing the rapid decline of cognitive function. Your elderly loved one may have troubles with memory, thinking and eventually they won't be able to perform daily activities. What does one to one care for dementia patients look like?
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Mental health needs of the elderly

The studies have shown that the majority of cases of depression in old age have their root in loneliness. It is important to recognize the need for mental health care for elderly. How to ensure that the comfort of elderly loved one life does not decrease over the years?
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How to deal with elderly parents

Dealing with parents anger every day would exhaust anyone. Older people suffering from dementia can be abusive and irrational, however this situation is not hopeless. We have some useful tips for coping with elderly parents who behave badly.
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The advantages of live in carer for elderly person

Life doesn't end when you reach 60 years of age. Seniors can live fulfilling, joyful lives after the retirement with a little extra help at their home. A good full time carer for elderly is thoroughly trained and can provide the best personal and emotional support.
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Why choose elder live-in care?

Allowing someone else to come into the life of your senior relative is a big decision. We want our loved one to feel comfortable and be safe. By choosing elder live in care we can be sure that they are receiving the care and support they need.
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Nutrition for elderly – how to maintain healthy diet when you’re older?

Bowel-related issues would put a damper on anyone's day. Unfortunately people who are over 60 years old have to face this issue quite frequently. What foods should elderly avoid? How to maintain healthy diet when you’re older? Read on and find out!
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Home care for elderly in their own homes – how to age peacefully?

Elders usually have a hard time admitting they require some help. Getting older comes with a lot of changes, taking care of yourself can become more and more difficult. When you notice that your parents need some support it is worth to consider 24 hour care at home for elderly.
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Coronavirus. Deaths at care homes in the UK. Why live in care is the safest option?

Elderly remaining in care homes are at very high risk of dying due to coronavirus infection. Nowadays live in care is regarded as the safest care option for seniors over 65 years old.
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How to shield and protect elderly from COVID-19?

Recently NHS published extensive guidelines for those who are at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus. Find out, if your elderly loved one is amongst the "vulnerable" group.