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Residential Gardens: an exciting Retirement Resort

Posted by on Jan 23, 2017 in aged care Sydney | 0 comments

Residential gardens is 100% committed to offering flexible, personalised and highest level of care to the frail aged community. We are deeply interested in restoring the dignity of these people, making them feel loved and happy despite the frustration that comes with aging. Aged care is provided by our team to these people in a confidential and amazing manner. This age care services are designed to meet the needs of the Spanish Speaking community. Residential gardens are truly the best, and have been recommended to be the most effective retirement resort for people. It is fully equipped...

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Aged care Sydney – Understanding compassion fatigue

Posted by on Nov 28, 2016 in aged care Sydney | 0 comments

For everyone offering aged care Sydney services irrespective of whether they are professional caregivers or a family member the chances are high that they are naturally compassionate and empathetic. However, even the most compassionate people may eventually face a situation called compassion fatigue when one feels that their emotions get stagnant. Compassion fatigue is when a caregiver becomes extremely burned out after months or years of offering selfless aged care Sydney services. The situation is exacerbated with an overloaded schedule where you don’t think that your tasks will ever...

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Aged care – Managing agitated residents suffering from Dementia

Posted by on Nov 21, 2016 in agecare, aged care Sydney | 0 comments

Residents suffering from dementia may show signs of distress, aggression and agitation when they are receiving aged care services. It is important for the carer to identify the symptoms properly and act accordingly. Individuals with dementia feel a variety of emotions and the feelings can be heightened at times. There are five important parameters to consider in aged care services while dealing with an agitated resident viz. Comfort, identity, Inclusion, attachment and occupation. The resident’s daily care plan should be managed accordingly to improve the quality of life and avoiding use...

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