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All over the world, the coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we know it. To prevent the spread of the potentially deadly virus, the majority of us are staying at home. We’re also practicing social distancing when leaving our homes is absolutely necessary. For many seniors, however, leaving their long-term care facilities isn’t an option. This presents a scary scenario for many Canadians who have parents living in such homes.
One in every eleven patients will be re-admitted to the hospital within a month of the initial discharge.
Those who suffer from Alzheimer’s are usually in need of coordinated care that meets their particular needs.
The goal of aging in place is to maintain a high quality of life at home for as long as possible.
Falls can lead to many health complications either directly or indirectly.
In winter, falls, accidents and injuries are more likely to happen, leading to an increase in hospitalization.
We all pride ourselves on our independence and admitting that support is needed can be very difficult.
Our team and Care Partners are trained on these methodologies and techniques to ensure the best possible care is delivered in a person-centered approach.
As we’ve pointed out in a number of our past blogs, there are many ways to make an elderly person with dementia live comfortably at home.
Have you ever considered what would happen to you if an unfortunate incident occurred that left you unable to make decisions about your future?