Elderly Care: Helping You Deal With the Dying Process

Elderly Care: Helping You Deal With the Dying Process

  • Caring For Your Teen With Ovarian Cancer: What You Should Know

    As the mother of a teenage daughter, you have a myriad of issues you worry about on a daily basis. From her grades and academic standing to preventing her from becoming another of the many teen moms pervading pop culture, you have your hands full. However, what you never expected was for your teenage daughter to be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. When this happens, you find yourself at a loss. You do not know what to say or do to help her through this difficult time.

  • Adjusting To Life With Your New Hearing Aid

    Have you recently been fitted with a hearing aid for the first time? If so, you may find yourself struggling to adjust to the new way you hear things. This is especially true in cases of prolonged hearing loss. The good news is, there are several strategies that you can use to help you adjust to your new hearing aids. With the tips below, it won't be long at all before wearing your hearing aid becomes second nature.

  • The Importance Of Warming Up

    Whether you are a weekend warrior or a professional athlete, warming up is crucial to your overall health. Warming up has many benefits, such as making exercise easier. Here is what you need to know about warming up. Why Warm Up? Warming up helps to open up the joints and increases the blood flow to the muscles throughout your body. When your joints are open, it is as if they have been lubricated.

  • The Expanding Skills Of Your Chiropractor

    Your local chiropractor is capable of doing much more than relieving neck and back pain. Several subspecialties in chiropractic medicine are now recognized in the U.S. This allows your doctor to address more health issues so you can see fewer specialists for your needs. The next time you visit your chiropractor for an adjustment, ask them which of the following fields they have explored. Orthopedics The Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists (ACO) certifies chiropractors to focus on medical conditions affecting bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments.

  • Changes In What You May Want In An Assisted Living Community

    Assisted living communities are offering more options to seniors, and the kinds of options they're offering are changing. Besides senior living facilities and communities becoming more like home, they're becoming more like extensions of the greater community. With seniors generally living healthier and longer lives, what you want in assistant living is likely different from what your parents expected just a couple of decades ago. Before making a choice, consider what you want and expect from the indoor and outdoor living space an assisted living facility or community has to offer.

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    Elderly Care: Helping You Deal With the Dying Process

    As an elderly care worker, I have witnessed the deaths of many individuals. I have seen family members become angry, sad, and completely silent at the end. I have also seen individuals refuse to see family members out of denial. People deal with death in different ways, and the strong emotions are often unfamiliar and scary. If you have a parent or grandparent who is elderly, then I want to share with you what I know about end of life care and dying process. We are a society that does not talk about death, and this can cause great pain when a family member dies. Learn about the process and find out how to deal with your own emotions and how to love your family members at the end. If there is only a small amount of time left, then I want you to cherish the final moments.