Visiting a Loved One With Alzheimer's: Important Dos and Don'ts

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Visiting a loved one who has Alzheimer’s can be an emotionally difficult undertaking, but these visits are important. If you’re planning to see a loved one with Alzheimer’s in the near future, you may be wondering what you should and shouldn’t do in their presence. By being aware of some basic guidelines, you can ensure that your visit goes as smoothly as possible for all involved. DO Plan Accordingly Whether you’re visiting them in an assisted living facility, like Baywood Home Care, or in a family member’s home, take the time to plan ahead.…

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4 Reasons To Use A Midwife

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When it comes to giving birth, you may be a bit anxious about this. One of the things that may make you extremely nervous is having to go to the hospital. Of course, this is a place where there are likely to be a lot of germs and being confined to this facility for an extended amount of time can be a bit overwhelming. If this is the way you feel, you may want to strongly consider relying on the expertise of a midwife.…

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Hire A Home Health Aide Temporarily During These Times

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If you have an elderly parent who lives alone, it’s important to evaluate his or her ability to live independently. If this appears to be an issue, in home care is a good idea. You don’t automatically need to hire a home aide for around-the-clock care, however. If your parent may struggle at certain times but can largely handle the day-to-day aspects, some occasional help from a health worker may be warranted.…

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