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51. Benefits of Senior Living Communities
November 16, 2015

Post-retirement life should be free of as many worries as possible. Living should be a pleasure, even when you may be unable to do all of the same tasks you used to be able to. Learn why so many seniors are choosing to live in retirement communities and about the advantages of senior living in Boulder, CO, and all over the country. Planned Social Activities When all of your children are grown adults and living lives of their own, it's very easy to become lonely. Whether you have a spouse or partner still in your life or not, living in an environment where there are ample opportunities for so... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

52. What Can Cause Nursing Shortages In Care Homes
November 06, 2015

The causes of nursing shortages in care homes in the UK are multifaceted. They reflect the changes in population demographics and the employment patterns. Over the years, there has been a concern over the effects of these shortages and the government has had a difficult time trying to address the situation. The general health care system and nursing work have experienced several changes that pose challenges in both the recruitment process and retention of the already existing workers. It therefore makes people to ask, what can cause nursing shortages in care homes? Here are some of the major c... (read more)

Author: John Denver

53. The Living Wage And How It Can Affect Nursing Care Homes
October 23, 2015

An increase or reduction in the living wage in the UK has a direct impact on nursing care homes. Already, there has been a lot of debate over the proposed increase in the minimum living wage with some people supporting it while others oppose it. Of course, for the nurses who work in these institutions, this is good news because they are set to earn more. However, it is the employers who will be affected most by any change in the wages and this is the reason they are a worried lot. Here is all that you need to know about the living wage and how it can affect nursing care homes. The perce... (read more)

Author: John Denver

54. Oral Health Promotion in Nursing Care Homes - Why It is Essential
October 23, 2015

Oral health is essential to one’s general well-being, quality of life and health. Promoting oral health in nursing care homes may have cost implications but deterioration prevention in mouths and the teeth of patients would be less costly in the long run than having treatment for oral or systemic diseases that have been caused by poor oral health (Haumschild and Haumschild 2009). There are evidences that prove preventive interventions for oral hygiene are effective. This includes using a small and soft toothbrush, toothpastes that are high fluoride-containing, gels that contain chlorhexidine g... (read more)

Author: John Denver

55. What the National Living Wage Means for Care Homes
October 23, 2015

On the surface, it might seem as though the National Living Wage plan secures a bright future for everyone. Indeed, raising wages for the citizens is a noble idea, particularly when considered against the background of rising cost of living and the uncertainties of the employment market. Care homes in the United Kingdom provide crucial health support to the elderly and their families. Despite their importance to the society, the functioning of these facilities is adversely affected by inadequate funding and remuneration challenges. In the opinion of many experts, the National Living Wage can o... (read more)

Author: John Denver

56. Do care home residents need to be registered with a GP
October 23, 2015

Care homes perform a very important and valuable service to our society. They provide a home for the elderly members of society. They take care of the elder generation who are a source of so much wisdom and guidance. This extends from nutritional to medical care. For this purpose, the managers of care homes should register theresidents with a reputable General Practitioner (GP). This should be done so as to ensure that the residents of the care home have access to high quality medical care at any time of the day or night. There are many benefits of registering the residents. These benefi... (read more)

Author: John Denver

57. Meals for Elderly Adults Using Alternate Sweeteners
October 13, 2015

Studies have shown that there are benefits for older adults who reduce their sugar intake. For seniors with Type 2 diabetes, excess glucose in the blood can lead to severe organ damage and increase the risk of stroke, heart attack, vision loss and nerve damage. A diet high in carbohydrates and sugar is linked to mild cognitive impairment (or MCI) – and seniors with MCI are at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. It’s wise for elderly adults to strive for a diet rich in nutrients and to avoid weight gain that can lead to other health problems. But avoiding sugar can be diffi... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

58. Major Benefits of In-Home Senior Care
October 08, 2015

When you have recognized that your elderly loved one is in need of extra assistance, it is time to choose what kind of service you want to invest in. There are a lot of choices out there, which is awesome as everyone will have a different level of need. This is a decision you will need to base off of your personal needs, the severity of care your loved one needs, and what your lifestyle can handle. Weighing the pros and cons of the different options is a good way to find what will work best for you. The following is a list of benefits that you will gain from getting in-home senior care in Port... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

59. In Home Dementia Care Can Help Your Loved Ones Thrive
August 23, 2015

A person who is diagnosed with a disease like dementia might have to go through a tough time where they can experience confusion, depression, fear, anger, frustration and many more emotions that at times can get unpredictable. This can not only wear down the quality of life of the victim but at the same time of those who are their caregivers. As a matter of fact, in these cases they might get overwhelmed by the dementia care of their loved ones. This where professional agencies come for your rescue that offer reliable homecare services to reduce the stress your shoulders. Advantages of In... (read more)

Author: Richard Conard

60. Vehicle Lifts Make Transporting Your Wheelchair or Scooter Easy
August 14, 2015

Vehicle lifts are an essential accessary if you need to transport a power or manual wheelchair or scooter. When equipped with the proper manual or motorized lift, you can easily tow or stow your mobility vehicle to make sure that it is always on hand. Modifying a Van with Vehicle Lifts The lift is one of the major components of a modified van used by or to transport someone who is physically challenged. You can choose a manual lift that requires driving the chair or scooter off or on an attached ramp, or a motorized lift that comes flat to the ground for easy access. Some m... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

61. "Are You Embarrassed By Psoriasis? Well,You Can Do Something About it Now".
June 13, 2015

I didn't get psoriasis until I was 44 years old. I woke up one morning and had all these red spots all over my legs. I had no idea what was going on with me. Allergies? Allergic reaction to something? I just didn't know. A few days later my red spots started turning into white scaly patches, that itched like nobody's business. I kept thinking it was allergies or an allergic reaction to something, and figured it would go away. but it didn't, and I couldn't stand it anymore. so, I made an appointment with my Dr. she said it was probably psoriasis and referred me to a dermatologist, who confirme... (read more)

Author: wendolyn cooper

62. The Place of Nursing Care Home residents in the election
May 20, 2015

The elections are finally here and many citizens are mulling over which way to vote. Everyone is thinking about what the pledges politicians are making have in store for them. Nursing care home residents have not been left out. In fact, it is fair to say that they have been at the front of it all, with some pushing to mobilize the aging to go to the polls. If you live in a nursing centre, you might feel isolated and out of touch with the outside world. And since you have almost everything done for you, you might get to a point where you feel that you do not need to know what is goi... (read more)

Author: John Denver

63. Can you still vote if you are home care residents?
May 20, 2015

In the UK residents of long term care facilities have all the rights to vote. Every resident in a home care should be provided with adequate support to allow exercise of their civil rights. This includes the right to vote in any election. Providing residents with adequate support to allow their voting is part of allowing high quality service. This assists the residents to participate in the society and therefore make their correct choice. The electoral commission in the UK has provided a guide to all home care managers with details on the residents voting. Principles of dignity and potent... (read more)

Author: John Denver

64. Which political party is the champion of the elderly?
May 20, 2015

With the UK 2015 election happening today, over 50 million electorates will go to the polling to elect their new government with the pollsters predicting a neck to neck race between the labour party and conservative ruling party. However, manifesto will play an important role for those citizens who need to elect a new government in the office come on Thursday. Which political party is the champion of the elderly? According to the manifesto, both conservative and labour parties have pledged numerous benefits for the electorate once they are elected into the office come on Thursday. T... (read more)

Author: John Denver

65. How do we pay for care homes in the future
May 20, 2015

How do we pay for care homes in the future Based up on the popular yearly market surveys, the future appear to be bright for the people who operate care homes businesses. Demand for places in these homes for senior citizens has started to increase. From April 2016, the state will do a huge contribution to long term care. The care act executes a pledge by the local rules to limit the cost of paying amount for long term care. Even people who contain the resources to pay amount will also receive their care paid for one time they have afford some sum of money on it. Cap limit: ... (read more)

Author: John Denver

66. Pre-Planning for Your Monument Stone and Memorial
May 07, 2015

A monument stone stands as an enduring reminder of your life. The time will come when your family will be faced with saying goodbye, and you can ease that difficult time by making plans in advance for your memorial and other final arrangements. Pre-purchasing or financing your monument stone and other components of burial or cremation serves to ease both the emotional and financial burdens that families face upon the death of their loved one. Unfortunately, this is a difficult process for most people to undertake. Following are some practical ideas to help you get started. Make Your Wishe... (read more)

Author: Jen Stott

67. Improved Communication in Nursing Care Homes
April 28, 2015

In the United Kingdom, families often end up with a decision to bring their elderly loved ones to nursing care homes. But this doesn’t mean that they have no time and that they have no love at all for their elderly – this just means that they have come to think that they can be more taken care of in those institutions. If in case you’ve got a loved one whom you can’t give much focused attention to, you do not need to doubt the aid these nursing homes can give to you. These credible organisations have well-trained carers and nurses to watch over your mum, your dad, or even your relative to... (read more)

Author: John Denver

68. The Importance of Staff Training in Nursing Care Homes
April 28, 2015

The importance of staff training cannot be over emphasized because it determines the quality of care that patients will receive. Although government regulations and policies in the U.K. on caregiver training are still being fine-tuned, all caregivers need to pass through mandatory training before they start taking care of the elderly. This will enable them to learn all the basics on how to give top quality care and attention to the elderly either in their private residence or in specialised nursing homes. Here is a brief discussion of the vital reasons for staff training. 1. To Understan... (read more)

Author: John Denver

69. Modern communications for care home
April 28, 2015

Modern communications for care home has revolutionized the home care industry because the changes have surely improved science, medicine and life. It is clear that the modern technology introduction in to medicine has assisted developed the quality of treatment, medicine and raise the chance of patients living from the various diseases. The usage of modern tools for communication has assisted prolonged life and necessarily offer people hope. It breakdown the obstacles, today the great use of electronic , encoding, or recording of patients data in to computer has created many thing easier for d... (read more)

Author: John Denver

70. What Will Be The Demand For Nursing Care Homes In The Future?
April 28, 2015

So, what will the demand for nursing care homes in the future be within the UK? This is certainly an industry that has grown by a substantial amount in the last 20 years with an estimated 21,000 nursing homes currently in operation. It is known, and accepted as fact, that it may be an expensive way to care for elderly relatives, but with an ageing population it is clear that there will be a continued roll for them for some time to come. Population Demographics Will Determine Their Success. We know that the average life expectancy in the UK is increasing with one reflection of this being ... (read more)

Author: John Denver

71. Innokin CLK - a pleasant surprise with a variable voltage
April 24, 2015

Innokin CLK is a starter level electronic cigarette and has a longer battery life. In fact it has an inbuilt technology which aims at charging the device while it is puffed. As a result it will never run out of charge. When not in use, it can however be charged using the micro USB port located on the device. The basic features of an Innokin CLK are: • Battery Level Indicator: The battery capacity is displayed via green, yellow and red LED lights, depending upon the level of charge remaining. The Red light indicates out of charge status, when the device needs to be recharged through ... (read more)

Author: neo rajkamal

72. How to care for ill patients in a nursing care.
March 11, 2015

Certainly caring for ill patients might be challenging and demanding. Often, you will find no time to rest or sleep since most important decision regarding the patient require your presence. The responsibilities might be quite overwhelming making you physically, mentally and emotionally exhausted. Therefore, mobilizing any possible assistance is crucial in allowing you time to catch a breath as well as in providing the best care to the patient. How to care for ill patients in a nursing care. Make arrangement for assistance. Friends and family members play a great role towards th... (read more)

Author: John Denver

March 11, 2015

Home care staff are relied upon to perform various duties. In UK the law has laid down regulations to ensure that employees are protected. Employers have a duty of care to their employees. This simply means that employers should take all necessary steps to ensure that the health, wellbeing and safety of all employees is taken care of. Demonstrating concern to home care staff should not only be seen as a legal requirement. In fact protecting employees and treating them right can be a key factor in building trust and reinforcing your commitments to them. It’s also important as it helps in i... (read more)

Author: John Denver

74. How to Foster and Support Relationships in care homes
March 11, 2015

The older folk in society are the pillars who guide us and give us advice. Thus, they need our care and protection when they are in their sunset years. One way of doing this is placing them in care homes. A care home is a facility where a number of adult senior citizens can live together and be given personalized care and services. These care homes provide these old folk with lodging, meals and in some cases medical care. The care homes provide the senior citizens with professional care, food, interesting activities and games as well as overall health supervision. They can even engage in exerc... (read more)

Author: John Denver

75. How to prevent bed sores in a care home
March 10, 2015

Are you looking for ways to prevent bed sores in a care home? You should firstly know that what bed sores are. The bed sores are been caused by the pressure on the area that have a bony prominence with thin covering of flesh. It happens on the areas such as heels, tailbone, hip socket, elbows and shoulder blades. It happens when residents of the care home spend too much of their time on one position. It is also known as ulcers or decubitus ulcers. In order to prevent it, the people should not remain in a single position for a long period of time. The people should be encouraged to shift positi... (read more)

Author: John Denver

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