Monthly Archives: August 2017

Smart Caregiver Two Call Buttons & Wireless Caregiver Pager

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The TL-5102TP Two Pendant Paging System comes with two nurse Call Buttons and one Caregiver Pager. The Caregiver Pager has two audible alarms to choose from and can be carried in a pocket or clipped to a belt. with the press of a button the resident is able to alert caregiver. The range between the pendant and pager is 150 feet. Batteries Included.Allows both caregiver and resident freedom while still calling for help at the touch of […]

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Old Age Home – A Safe Place for Old People

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Increasing number of old people is a growing issue in today’s world. Due to the nuclear family concept, the number of younger people decreases and the number of old people increases. As a result, the number of people who need to take care old people decreases. Nowadays a family has maximum one or two children and they may be working at different places. So they cannot take care their old parents as they are not available at […]

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Aging Is a Family Affair: How to Prepare for Tomorrow’s Difficult Caregiving Conversations—Today

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Collecting 33 unique family case studies derived directly from patient experiences, formally conducted interviews, and informal encounters and anecdotes, this resource illustrates several inevitable lessons that reinforce the pressing need for families to engage aging loved ones sooner, not later, about long-term elder care, loss, and end of life planning. Each narrative approaches aging from a unique perspective, exposing real families overcoming their own taboos, dysfunctional relationships, unhealed wounds, and other unforeseen challenges. Unique in its focus, […]

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The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Other Dementias, and Memory Loss (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

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Through five editions, The 36-Hour Day has been an essential resource for families who love and care for people with Alzheimer disease. Whether a person has Alzheimer disease or another form of dementia, he or she will face a host of problems. The 36-Hour Day will help family members and caregivers address these challenges and simultaneously cope with their own emotions and needs.Featuring useful takeaway messages and informed by recent research into the causes of and the […]

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Products For the Elderly – Entertainment Products For Seniors

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As people get older, there are fewer and fewer activities they can do. Many people are not able to go for a drive or go to the gym like younger people. So many family members take entertainment and the access to it for granted. In order to make your loved one as comfortable and entertained as possible, there are products for the elderly that are designed to keep them entertained. One of the activities that people love […]

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Final Years: Stories of Parent Care, Loss and Lives Changed

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Finalist 2014 RELATIONSHIPS category Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist 2014 PARENTING/FAMILY cat. Next Generation Indie Book Awards Helping parents’ transition through aging, decline and death changes many adult childrens’ lives forever. It shakes their very foundation. Caregivers often feel alone and don’t know where to turn for support. Many tears are cried as difficult choices are made. In this book ten people share their journeys of tough roads of decision-making, family dynamics, grief, and healing. The author […]

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Senior Fitness – Bed Program Bundle 1 – Senior Exercise – Physical Therapy – PTSue

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This Bundle is for the client who has lost substantial motor function and needs a second person to move the client’s arms and legs. This program is a “how to” for the caregiver to instruct the caregiver in how to move the client. The squeeze balls are very effective to keep in the client’s hands in proper position to prevent the hands from closing up into a fist formationBundle 1 Includes – 2 squeeze balls; Bed Program […]

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