Sometime the smallest things done for a friend makes the biggest difference. Just being a friend can mean a lot to a caregiver.
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.
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.”
Music can take away the stress and worry of the day, helping seniors to enjoy some old favorites and relax.
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.
I found my mother laying on the couch with a friend of hers sitting close by. She described to me some strange symptoms. She evidently experienced a sudden onset of extreme vertigo, while in a seated position. She also complained about headaches.
Sometimes too many pills can be confusing. Even ones we take on a regular basis can be hard to identify if they’re out of place, like setting on a table or dropped on the floor. Learn about a pill identifier in this article.
If you are at home caring for someone who has Covid-19, then you probably have all kinds of questions. What about all your daily living situations and preventing contagion? This article can help.
Alzheimer’s Awareness month, and there is no better time to give some thought to your brain. Yes, your brain. Some helpful tips to maintain and improve your brain’s health.
This brief blog is to summarize a few basics that caregivers should know about caregiving during COVID-19 to be safe and prepared at home.