Educational Videos for Caregivers
A Caregivers Guide to Visiting a Loved One in a Nursing Home | Caregiver Support Services
If you asking yourself, " Can I visit my loved one in a nursing home? ",this tutorial can help you; The CMS issued new guidance in September acknowledging the physical and emotional toll on residents from prolonged isolation and urging facilities to reopen to visitors if they have not had a new case in 14 days and are in counties where the spread of coronavirus is low or moderate. Homes that remain closed to visitors must show a valid reason or face citations, the agency says. This video is designed to guide you if you are visiting your loved one in a hospital or nursing home during covid-19.
7 Senior Housing Options | Caregiver Support Services
Seniors and their families have a wide variety of housing options to consider depending on the senior’s health status, mobility and need for homecare. In this article, Caregiver Support Services explores senior housing options.
How to Care for your Aging Parents | Caregiver Support Services
Caring for an aging parent can be challenging. As a caregiver, you play a vital role in taking care of your loved one. Undoubtedly, caregiving is a satisfying experience, but it also comes with various daily challenges. The following are tips on how you might care for your parent, organize his or her health information, and locate support services: tools to organize and manage your aging parents care.
Caring for a Loved one or Client with Dementia | Caregiver Support Services
Caring for a loved one with dementia poses many challenges for families and caregivers. People with dementia from conditions such as Alzheimer’s and related diseases have a progressive biological brain disorder that makes it more and more difficult for them to remember things, think clearly, communicate with others, and take care of themselves. In addition, dementia can cause mood swings and even change a person’s personality and behavior. This fact sheet provides some practical strategies for dealing with the troubling behavior problems and communication difficulties often encountered when caring for a person with dementia.