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Advice for Living with Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

Advice for Living with Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease can be hard on the patient and sometimes harder on the family members. This disease is slow and develops gradually over the years, but it eventually reaches a point where people just can’t communicate with the afflicted individual and must learn how to work around it.

This can be a very trying and stressful time for the loved ones and a very confusing time for the patient. At 360 Healthcare, we believe that a little caution and some understanding can help people deal with the situation better. Here are some tips that can help:

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Home Health Aide & Patient Relationship

Home Health Aide & Patient Relationship

A home health aide or caregiver is responsible for the health and well-being of their charges. They need to help the patient with everything from day-to-day movement, mental and physical health and ensure they adjust to the new limitations of their body and mind. At 360 Healthcare, we believe that the relationship between the home health aide and the patient are an important aspect of the healing and therapy process.

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In Home Care – Every Day is about Independence

In-Home Care – Every Day is about Independence

In-home care is provided by trained professionals who can handle individuals suffering from different physical and mental ailments. These caretakers can care for people with visual impairment, Alzheimer’s, people with physical disabilities, etc. All of these individuals require special care and assistance to carry out their day-to-day activities. At 360 Healthcare, we believe that in-home care is all about providing people with independence.

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In-Home Care for Visually Impaired

In-Home Care for Visually Impaired

Visually-impaired individuals face a number of challenges in life and sometimes even struggle to navigate through their own home. A good support system at home can help them get through day-to-day life without problems. It also helps them avoid injuries and obstacles. At 360 Healthcare, we always recommend visually impaired individuals get good in-home care.

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4 Reasons to Choose 360 Healthcare for Home Health Care in Palm Beach

4 Reasons to Choose 360 Healthcare for Home Health Care in Palm Beach

360 Healthcare is an establishment that’s highly committed to providing top-notch in-home care for seniors across Indian River County, Martin County, Saint Lucie County, and Palm Beach County. When you opt for 360 Healthcare, you have the assurance that qualified and trained staff members are caring for your loved ones. Here are 4 reasons to choose 360 Healthcare for home health care:

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How a Dog Can Help a Senior Citizen

How a Dog Can Help a Senior Citizen

Elderly people are a treasure-house of experience and wisdom. Unfortunately, many of them are also overlooked and are an underserved part of the society. For many seniors living in assisted-living centers or even at home, old age can prove to be a very lonely existence. And this is where pet dogs come into the picture. Here are some ways in which dogs can help a senior citizen:

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What Does Home Health Care Do

What Does Home Health Care Do?

For individuals that naturally find it fulfilling to care for people, becoming a home health care aide is a great option. People in this particular profession go the extra mile to care for ailing or aging people as if they were their own family. Home health care professionals care for their patients and shower them with love to help promote their healing as well as their overall well-being. They look after the elderly who require constant attention and care while living a home; they also care for patients suffering from disabilities or chronic illnesses.

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Ways to keep the mind sharp as you age

5 Ways To Keep The Mind Sharp As You Age

There is a significant amount of evidence which indicates that some of the best things you can do to keep your mind sharp are also those that keep your body healthy. Regardless of how old you are now, it’s the best time to think of ways to keep your mind sharp. The brain’s volume shrinks at a steady pace with age. Good medical care and a healthy lifestyle can help keep the body and mind active well into old age.

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