Managing Medications

Managing Medication

Caregivers have always been the “smart” dispensers of medications, and they will always have a crucial role.  However, now there are tech devices to help us with this. A few of them are covered in this article.

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Nursing Home Visitation

Nursing Home Visitation

Family caregivers have been constrained from nursing home visitation for months. Now they are concerned about an epidemic amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The epidemic is an epidemic of loneliness.

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Cooking to Stop Diabetes

Swalling problems - Cooking to Stop Diabetic Patients

You probably know a few people who have diabetes. Maybe you have diabetes yourself. Diabetes is a disease that can be controlled, and even prevented. Unfortunately, diabetes has become increasingly common among populations of certain areas in the country. These places form the “Diabetes Belt.”

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Free Recipes for Healthy Living!

Still life with fresh tomatoes

The whole family will enjoy these recipes even if none of them have diabetes. If you are the cook at your house, you know the need for some new healthy meals sometimes. And this couldn’t be easier or cost less.

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Caregivers and Holiday Stress

Holiday Stress

Are you a caregiver who just has too much to do at this time of the year? Add shopping, entertaining, traveling and celebrating the holidays to your already full-plate of daily caregiving and you are likely to feel overwhelmed soon. This article will help.

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Fall Prevention

Fall Prevention

No one plans to fall; it just happens.  Falls are serious, particularly for frail, elderly persons, but can mean a serious injury at any age. Learn more about it. >

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Using Oxygen Safely

Using Oxygen Safely

Oxygen, when misused, can be dangerous, even explosive. Used properly though it is a life saving tool. This article points out some of the safety precautions for you to consider.

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Voice Assistant Technology

voice assistant technology

When I needed help during my hospital stay, I would push a button or pull a string. But that’s changing as hospitals are searching for more efficient ways to operate.

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Emergency Preparedness

emergency preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Emergency preparedness for a caregiver of a patient with a serious health condition or for a senior who lives alone is important. Being prepared for an emergency starts with a conversation long before an ambulance arrives. The first step is to have a….

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