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Best Website to Entertain Seniors: Activity Connection Overview

As anyone who has taken care of seniors will tell you, they can be extremely difficult to entertain.

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Are You a Desensitized Caregiver Who Lacks Empathy? - Caregiverology

Do you find yourself desensitized to your patient's feelings and emotions while caregiving? Do you feel a lack of empathy for the suffering of others?

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The Truth About Alarm Fatigue in Healthcare - Caregiverology

As someone who has worked in the medical field for many years, I can tell you that alarm fatigue is very real.

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What is a Caregiver? - Caregiverology

This may sound like a simple question but it is surprisingly complex. The term has been used to describe a variety of different people.

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Mental Exercise Games and Activities for the Elderly - Caregiverology

As our body ages, so does our brain which increases the risk for cognitive decline. This can lead to detrimental effects such as Alzheimer’s disease among others.

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20 Wheelchair / Seated Exercises for the Elderly - Caregiverology

Being confined to a wheelchair has its discomforts especially for seniors. Having to sit all day in the same position causes serious health threats.

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Prepping to Sell a Home While Caregiving - Caregiverology

Selling a house while caring for a loved one can be a serious challenge. A lot of work and time goes into preparing a house for sale.

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Caring for My Grandfather at Age 28 - Caregiverology

I am not a certified caretaker, but I wanted to share this life changing story with you all. Three years ago, my grandfather unfortunately suffered a stroke in his bedroom.

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Caring for the Caregiver: 7 Ways to Get Help and Improve Your Health

Caregiving is emotionally and physically draining. It’s easy for caregivers to neglect their needs, given the numerous responsibilities they are tasked with.

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The Role of the Caregiver in Helping Seniors Stay Fit - Caregiverology

If you are the caregiver of seniors, you know how important it is for them to stay fit and healthy.

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  1. Best Website to Entertain Seniors: Activity Connection Overview

    Apr 02, 20 02:03 AM

    As anyone who has taken care of seniors will tell you, they can be extremely difficult to entertain.

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  2. Are You a Desensitized Caregiver Who Lacks Empathy? - Caregiverology

    Mar 26, 20 06:27 PM

    Do you find yourself desensitized to your patient's feelings and emotions while caregiving? Do you feel a lack of empathy for the suffering of others?

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  3. The Truth About Alarm Fatigue in Healthcare - Caregiverology

    Mar 06, 20 12:42 PM

    As someone who has worked in the medical field for many years, I can tell you that alarm fatigue is very real.

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