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5 Steps to make Home Elder Friendly

5 Steps to make Home Elder Friendly

Caring for elderly is not only challenging, but also an extremely rewarding job. At Radiant Home Health Services, our trained staffs put in their heart and soul in taking care of your parents & grand-parents. Having cared for thousands of elderly through several years, we have come to realise that the lives of senior citizens can be made much easier through a few hacks to make the home more elder-friendly which will help them to carry out their day to day tasks on their own...



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Age is just a number when it comes to keeping yourself fit

Age is just a number when it comes to keeping yourself fit

Getting fit doesn't mean we have to spend a lot on the gym, it only requires a routine workout plan and time allocation. There are countless studies that prove the significant health benefit associated with exercise, and it becomes more essential for the elders.Regular physical activity helps improve mental and physical health both of which will helps elders to maintain their independence....



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First Aid Care for Elderly

First Aid Care for Elderly

“Prevention is better than cure”, but at times the only available option is "cure" and it is good to be prepared for such emergency especially with elderly at home. With age catching up problems such as Thin Skin, Brittle Bones, Slower movements and a lot of discomfort dominate the body. In caring for the elderly, the caretakers need to be more responsible and cautious...



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Caring elders at home

Caring elders at home

Eldercare means considering a family member's emotional, mental and physical well-being. They play an important role in shaping our lives. It won't be wrong to say that most of the elders worked hard all their lives to upbringing their children. Hence it is necessary for family members to take care of elders to get a stress-free and secure retired life....



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Emotional care for the elderly

Emotional care for the elderly

Emotional support is imperative for older patients as a vehicle for better health and is proven to aid with depression. Studies also show that nurses in an elderly home care setting fail when it comes to providing emotional support. One specific study on the subject showed that the goal of emotional support was to try and relieve the patient from their emotions so they are able to cope with everyday life.



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