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Residential comfortable – Care Home or, Live-in Care?

Posted by on Apr 30, 2018 in residential aged care | 0 comments

One of the most anxious and challenging times in anyone’s life is when you realize that your elderly loved one cannot look after themselves and would need care and medication. The importance of making the right decision between a residential comfortable care home and live in care largely depends on the health condition of your loved one, your budget, options available and preferences. Residential comfortable care homes are a crucial part of the elderly care portfolio, however families must understand that there could be more suitable alternatives like care at home or, live in...

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Residential aged care facilities – Adapting to new ideas

Posted by on Apr 23, 2018 in residential aged care | 0 comments

In the past, family members used to provide care for their elders with several generations living together. Residential aged care facilities are relatively new which offers a better alternative for families living apart. Restorative care is a new idea in Residential aged care facilities which would enable your elderly loved one to recuperate and return to the comfort of their home after an illness or injury. The move to residential aged care facilities in such cases is temporary and based on the need. This way, residential aged care facilities are not seen as the end of the road for older...

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Low care – Prevent Slips and Falls at home

Posted by on Apr 16, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Low care facilities are designed for elderly people who want to stay independent while receiving assistance with daily activities. It is important to ensure that slips and falls at home are prevented for the elderly loved one because falls at home can cause serious injuries. Low care facilities at home would look out for loose rugs or, slippery surfaces, lack of safety rails, poor lighting, lots of clutter, trailing wires etc. and ensure to remove all risk factors which can cause a fall. Conditions like osteoporosis and Parkinson’s disease, continence problems, auditory impairment etc....

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