My Requiem to a Caregiver, to me, her insight was everything
The Elder Pilot Blog
10 Questions to ask if you are living with an evolving memory loss and are investigating Retirement homes
Does this Home meet the 5 "C" qualifiers: Care, Compassion, Competence, Commitment and Cost?
If there are children, not all will be equally available to help, and often much time is lost lamenting perceived indifferences, snubs or disappointments in loyalty.
As women, instead of building gates into social circles we are creating fences
You Can't Make Someone Care: Nasty Grams from dismissed Employees, another reason for a PSW (personal support worker) registry
Retirement, Long-Term Care, and Home Care Clients deserve caregivers that are top guns, rather than feeling under the gun...
How attentive are Care Staff: Isn't it interesting how obvious and oblivious are so close?
Boomer'ang' seven tips to interest youthful seniors in a retirement complex, and keep them coming back
Youthful Seniors: Ageism be darned, they've lived long enough to know what they want, and won't settle...Look out world!
Although I have never encountered a "wild" Pokémon, I have met some pretty cool elders, who were "virtually" fascinating. (pic: http://www.pokemongo.com/en-us/photos/)
Why Registered Nurses are fleeing from managerial positions in Long-Term Care Homes: getting out of "Dodge" was never more compelling
With a growing, youthful, nursing workforce who are more adept with work -life balance; I think we are in big trouble, unless there are significant changes in the long-term care industry
I quickly discovered it was easier to navigate around small incidences at home, than to deal with larger ones. Hence reading emotions and moods became as much as a survival technique, as it was second nature...