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A Detailed Guide On Skilled Nursing Care 

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Skilled nursing care is high-level and complex medical care that is directly supervised by a certified medical professional. These licensed or certified medical professionals usually include a registered nurse, a speech therapist or an occupational therapist, and a physical therapist. Skilled nursing care can be provided in a hospital, skilled nursing facility, rehabilitation center, or the home of the person.   Some of the common examples of skilled care are wound care, occupational therapy, physical therapy, IV therapy or maintenance, speech therapy, complex disease management, etc. It is common to require skilled nursing interventions or care while recovering in the hospital after surgery or while building strength to return home. Skilled nursing care does not include the services that are offered by a certified nursing assistant or the tasks done by a senior caregiver. For instance, help with daily hygiene activities like bathing and dressing are not considered skilled nursing care.   Skilled Nursing In Assisted Living Communities  Many people think that skilled nursing care only happens in hospitals. However, it can also be provided in other places, which include assisted living facilities. Even though assisted living facilities can provide much assistance, the assisted living license provided by their respective state only allows these communities to offer care to only a certain extent. This means that a high level of skilled nursing care is not allowed in assisted living care.   Though the residents of assisted living communities receive assistance round the clock from caregivers, there can be times when […]

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Coping Strategies For Caregivers Assisting Loved Ones With Cerebral Palsy 

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Children and adults with cerebral palsy can have varying levels of disabilities and limitations and some people need a lot of care and will not be able to live independently. Caring for loved ones with cerebral palsy can be rewarding, but can be difficult. Caregivers will also need help and if you are a caregiver, you need to understand how to cope when the job gets tough.    Caregivers have a significant part to play in the life of people suffering from cerebral palsy. As cerebral palsy is a condition that affects muscles and mobility, people with moderate to severe disabilities rely much on their primary caregivers to complete daily activities. They will need the help of caregivers to get dressed, eat, bathe and do other daily activities. Some people will need help a few hours a day and some others will need care throughout the day.    Coping As A Cerebral Palsy Caregiver  Caregiving is an important job and caregivers can be vulnerable to stress, burnout, fatigue, and even depression. Taking care of a loved one suffering from cerebral palsy can take a toll on the personal and professional life of the family of the caregiver. When taking care of a loved one with cerebral palsy, you may experience strain and fatigue. However, there are strategies that you can use to ensure that you are happy and healthy while still offering excellent care to your senior loved one. The coping strategies shared by experts in senior living and senior […]

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Tips To Settle Disputes About Senior Care

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Aging can have its own physical and mental health issues. In addition, it can also come with crisis, stress, and emotional decisions that can result in disagreements between adult children, parents, siblings, and other family members. If you find yourself in the middle of a debate about senior care options and problems, it can result in stressful family gatherings and may lead to family rifts if not handled properly. The tips shared by experts in senior assisted living can be helpful to calm the storm of senior care disputes between members of a family.   Relax And Inhale Deeply Being scared and overwhelmed in a hospital emergency room with a failing parent may make anyone lash out at a sibling or any other family member. If you find that the situation is escalating, step out and take a deep breath. It will be helpful to remove yourself from the heated atmosphere as it can give you a fresh outlook and perspective. You may re-approach at another time when the situation is not much urgent.   Organize A Sit-Down  Having a family meeting can ensure that every member of the family gets a chance to express their opinions and listen to the opinion of others. You need to ensure that the atmosphere is non-confrontational and for that, you may head to a restaurant. You can also set strict time frames so that every family member leaves the meeting at the agreed-upon time.   Understand The Facts  In situations where members of […]

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