Care Settings For Elders Soumya Madam, You must publish this in your blog or in your website. This is my personal experience I am sharing… Read More »Lack Of Care Standards Plague, ‘Care Settings For Elders’.
Because of the demanding nature of working in long-term care, primary care givers, and many professionals including nurses, run the risk of suffering from burnout and… Read More »Compassion Fatigue – Don’t Wait Until it Hurts You.
Though ‘culture change’ is a concept evolved in US, long before we practiced it ever since we were in the elder care. One of the… Read More »Culture Change’ in Care homes make a difference and we endorse it
Possibilities are that at some point of time you may pull apart If you or a loved one are facing this decision. Is it wise… Read More »Home Care Or Assisted Living ? – A Difficult Choice in Elder Care
Talking about the needs of our ageing parents can be uncomfortable for both parent and adult child. Topics such as money, health, end-of-life care and even driving are often emotional… Read More »Not a cakewalk, but you need to initiate the conversation before it’s too late.
As the age advances, your parents will begin to need more and more help. But how do you know when to step in? Here are… Read More »Signs’, your elderly parent needs help – Don’t ignore, lest expect trouble
“Mr. Jacob, I regret, not taking your advice, Had I been acting according to your suggestion, my parents would have been in a better state… Read More »Timely Intervention is Important in Elder Care