Helping Clients to Dress and Undress After Stroke

Helping Clients to Dress and Undress After Stroke   Helping Clients to Dress and Undress After Stroke Shirts, Blouses, Pants, Undergarments The general rule is to dress the affected (weak) side first. To undress, take the garment off the unaffected (strong) side first, then remove it from the affected (weak) side. When you are helping someone dress, always tell them…

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Stroke Personal Care Product Line Training

Stroke Personal Care Exceptional Care One Person at a time Non-medical care of clients who have had a stroke is of fundamental importance because safe mobility, help with nutrition, assistance with elimination and emotional support are all part of living and thriving after surviving a stroke.   

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Heart Failure Personal Care Product Line Training

Heart Failure Personal Care Heart failure is a frightening diagnosis that affects millions of Americans. With it comes staggering medical costs due to frequent hospitalization, loss of quality of life and disruption of family dynamics. The diagnosis also means symptoms that can affect the ability of many people to take care of themselves. Heart failure is hard to manage without…

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Final Care Personal Care Product Line Training

Final Care Personal Care Exceptional Care One Person at a time   There comes a point in life when it may be impossible to go to a doctor’s office for appointments. Sometimes treatments and therapists have been exhausted or have stopped working and there is simply nothing more that can be done to cure a disease that is still progressing.…

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Dementia Personal Care Product Line Training

Dementia Personal Care Exceptional Care One Person at a time   Dementia is one of those topics that people steer conversations away from. Its connotation places individuals in a class of their own which may carry a sense of disregard. The ripple effects of Dementia reach all those in contact with the individual. However, with a better understanding of the…

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The Value of Home Care

The Value of Home Care Exceptional Care One Person at a time While there’s no silver bullet to the challenges that accompany population aging, home care, privately paid for by the care recipient, is emerging as a valuable and vital part of the solution. Home care is a relatively young industry – not even a half century old. It was…

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