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Giving Your Elderly the Best Care

Added on November 24, 2017 by Lucy_Wyndham

Giving Your Elderly the Best Care

Caring for elderly relatives ought to be rewarding, but can often be stressful as you try to find the best solution. A good Care Home can be a possibility but they are not easy to come by and can be costly. Simply finding them a 'helping hand'; someone to pop in and out throughout the day might also work. However, if they want to remain safe and secure in their own home with companionship they may need to find someone to ' live in'. This  kind of care not only supports the elderly with personal care but can also help to maintain the fabric of their home by making sure essential repairs are carried out and utilities are running properly.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Added on November 23, 2017 by Life_Force_Eldercare

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is a day to reflect on the things we are thankful for this past year and the year to come. As we reflect on our blessings, Life Force wishes our family, friends, staff, and clients a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

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Life Force In Search of RN Supervisor in New Jersey

Added on November 17, 2017 by Life_Force_Senior_Care

Life Force In Search of RN Supervisor in New Jersey

Life Force's New Jersey location is in search of nurse supervisors to provide case monitoring for patients located in Northern New Jersey and shall provide RN Supervision for homemaker-home health aides, as indicated by agency policies, state and federal laws/regulations. In-home, admission visits and bi-monthly reassessment visits are part of the RN Supervisor duties, as is the development of the Plan of Care. The RN also prepares paperwork necessary for agency policies and federal/state laws and assists with the training and supervision of Homemaker-Home Health Aides.

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Happy Veterans Day!

Added on November 11, 2017 by Life_Force_Eldercare

Happy Veterans Day!

Life Force Eldercare, with sincere appreciation, thanks all veterans for serving and protecting our country. For being willing to sacrifice your life to ensure the freedom of the United States of America.

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How to Help Elderly Loved Ones Maintain Good Oral Health

Added on November 10, 2017 by Lucy_Wyndham

How to Help Elderly Loved Ones Maintain Good Oral Health

The good news for our elderly loved ones is that seniors aged over 65 still have an average of about 18.90 remaining teeth. Only 24% have no remaining teeth at all, meaning that keeping teeth and gums healthy is a vital part of disease prevention. In this post, we discuss the biggest dental risks for mature persons, suggesting measures that carers and loved ones can take to keep seniors healthy and happy.

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Ways to Help Seniors Age Happily At Home

Added on October 27, 2017 by Lucy_Wyndham

Ways to Help Seniors Age Happily At Home

Growing old comes with many new challenges, and it is much easier to take on these trials in the comfort of one's home. When confronting changes to one's life, health, and abilities in any capacity, having the familiarity of one's same belongings and regular daily routines can make any situation more manageable. If you are a senior or you have an aging loved one, you may be wondering how to gain access to the right resources to make aging in place a possibility.

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How to Help a Beloved Alzheimer's Sufferer Cope with Spousal Death

Added on October 13, 2017 by Marie_Villeza

How to Help a Beloved Alzheimer's Sufferer Cope with Spousal Death

The death of a spouse is an especially difficult life event to experience; this trial poses an even more daunting challenge to sufferers of Alzheimer's, who must now live without their primary caregiver and mate. The dementia sufferer will typically express random bouts of confusion as he or she attempts to process the lost. This further affects already grieving family members who are aching to see their loved one properly grieve the loss of his or her spouse.

However, depending on the severity of the illness, the surviving spouse may not have the sufficient memory bandwidth to process the death.

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How to Make Any Garden Elderly-Friendly

Added on September 29, 2017 by Lucy_Wyndham

How to Make Any Garden Elderly-Friendly

One of the great joys of growing old is finally having the time to do the things you've always wanted—like growing your very own garden. Gardening encourages spending time with nature, allowing people to be more in touch with natural beauty and realize the benefits of being outdoors. Studies in public health show that people in the U.S. spend up to 90% of their time indoors, which can lead to a sedentary, isolated lifestyle, especially for seniors.

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