Self Care for Caregivers

Self-Care Tips When You Are A Caregiver To The Elderly

  • March 27, 2019

Caring for the elderly is a simultaneously fulfilling and challenging task. As your loved one ages, it can be stressful to see them lose their independence. At times, you might be tempted to continuously put their needs ahead of your own; however, you must take moment to remember that self-care is as important as the loving care you provide your loved ones.

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Human Memory Loss

Advice From Alzheimer’s Caregivers To Keep Your Loved Ones Engaged, Active, And Happy

  • March 14, 2019

Caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s disease can lead to numerous stressful questions. You might wonder how you can keep them mentally and physically active without adding stress or creating potentially unsafe scenarios. While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to coping with Alzheimer’s disease, the following three pieces of advice from Alzheimer’s caregivers can help you find tactics that will benefit both you and your loved one.

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Aging Is Made Easier With A Few In-Home Friendly Technologies

  • February 13, 2019

A recent study found that more than 80 percent of caregivers are worried that they would be unable to convince their elderly loved ones to use new devices or gadgets. However, this same study also showed that once older adults are comfortable with new technologies, they quickly become avid users. For any elderly adults who want to live at home, the following three technologies make it easier to stay in the same place, enjoy a higher quality of life, and remain independent.

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Keep Your Medical Training Up-To-Date with Atkinson’s

  • December 12, 2018

Every year people who work in the medical field must complete a certain number of training hours to ensure that they are up to date on the certifications and licenses required to practice medicine in the state of Florida. In fact, many individuals also decide to take additional courses so that they can advance their career. Whether you hope to become a certified medication technician, a long-term care nurse, or further your career in the medical field, there are several classes that you can take to help you improve your skills and gain additional job responsibilities.

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