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How To Keep An Elderly Person In Bed At Night

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Independence is incredibly important for many seniors. In-home eldercare allows seniors to continue to live at home and still get the assistance they need. Learn more in this infographic from a senior care company in southern California.

Independence is incredibly important for many seniors. In-home eldercare allows seniors to continue to live at home and still get the assistance they need. Learn more in this infographic from a senior care company in southern California.

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from AgingCare.com

Equipment and Products for Aging in Place

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Fall Prevention - The average elderly person is more likely to have a disease that interferes with balance than a younger person. A tendency to fall and symptoms of dizziness should not be dismissed as unavoidable consequences of aging but may be important signs of a disease that might be cured or controlled. The vestibular system should not be ruled out as a source of these symptoms. - See more at: http://vestibular.org/node/10#sthash.PTG9Zsz1.dpuf

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from wikiHow

Look Like An Elderly Person for Halloween

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CVS for the person with #dementia and the caregiver >>> The person with dementia needs to feel in Control of his life, Valued as a person with a history, and Safe emotionally and physically. >>> The caregiver needs to feel in Charge of the disease through education, to feel Validated as a caregiver, and to feel Satisfaction in what they accomplish in care. https://www.speechmark.net/topic/elderly-care #ElderCare #ElderlyCare

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