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The Definitive Guide To Correctly Interacting With People With Disabilities

The Definitive Guide To Correctly Interacting With People With Disabilities

It’s essential to understand the right way to interact with people that have disabilities. Realistically, many of you may have never been in a situation like this before. As a result, the whole scenario is very new to you. You’re unsure how to act, but you want to avoid giving

The Best Practices When Caring For A Child With A Physical Disability

The Best Practices When Caring For A Child With A Physical Disability

Many children can be born with physical disabilities or develop them later in life. There is a range of disabilities that fall under this category, but the common theme is that they impact your child’s ability to physically move around. As a result, many tasks are made much harder for

What Can I Use My Home Care Package For?

What Can I Use My Home Care Package For?

Life can become a little bit more difficult to manage as we get older. Once we’re in our later years, we often need some additional help in at least one aspect of our lives. Ensuring that people can get the help they need is the idea behind home care packages,

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Client story: Home Caring helps Jackie stay at home for longer

Palm Beach, nestled on Queensland’s Gold Coast, has been Jackie’s slice of paradise for over 20 years. The 79-year-old moved into the suburb in the late nineties, after raising two children and enjoying a career as a medical receptionist and assistant to a Member of Parliament. As an outgoing personality

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Exercising safely in summer for seniors

Summer is a lovely time of year to get out and exercise, with longer days and water activities to enjoy. Moving our bodies keeps us fit and helps us feel younger for longer. It also has numerous health benefits, such as reducing our risk of heart-attacks, diabetes and fractures, boosting

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How Can Occupational Therapy Be Used to Treat Dementia

When it comes to assessing how occupational therapy can be used to treat dementia, it is vital first to understand exactly what dementia is. Dementia is caused by damage to the brain and results in impaired cognitive ability. Damage to the brain is caused by conditions such as Alzheimer’s Disease.

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