Caregiving Tips

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Skin Care: Skin thins are we age or are in a recovery.  Drinking water can help “plump” the skin and make it less dry as well as the use of quality skin barrier lotions.   Be sure to watch your skin for signs of change.  Skin breakdowns can be caught early; talk to your Doctor about their plan of action.


Drink Water as recommended by your PhyscianDehydration and impaction are major and preventable problems.




Move your Body: Exercise assists with balance, mobility, flexibilty and increased serotoin in the brain.




Eat Healthy: Healthy skin needs protein to be strong.  Be sure to limit processed foods and eat fresh fruits and vegetables.




Laughter.  Keep positive as it has been shown to make a positive difference on your physical health and emotional well being.




Breathe deeply and relax your body.   Breathe in “happy”…blow out “stress”. Sleep soundly be at ease….not dis-ease.  Let your body rest and heal.


Caregiving Support

Go about your daily home health care-related chores equipped with adequate knowledge and skills. Overcome the various challenges by knowing about processes that make caregiving tasks easier to do. Visit our Help Guide Articles for more helpful information.


Address bedsore problems or prevent this from happening with the appropriate know-how. Access Mayo Clinic Bedsores Information for more information about measures to prevent bedsores.

Elder Care

Federal nursing home regulations specifically stress that catheters are not allowed to be used on elderly patients to manage general incontinence owing to risks associated with their long-term use. For more about this, check out Elder Home Care Help


North Shore-LIJ Health System urologist, Dr. Farzeen Firoozi, in Manhasset, New York, says “Bladder and bowel incontinence is a highly prevalent disease that has emotional, health, social and economic impacts in the daily life of our elderly population in the U.S.” Know more about this by visiting HealthDay News.

Health Factors

Studies show that major depression, hypertension, enlarged prostates, and old age contribute to increased risks of moderate to severe urinary incontinence in men. Learn how to address these issues by going to WebMD News.


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