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Couple’s Love Survives For 50 Years Home Care

Couple’s Love Survives for 50 Years, Despite Duel Dementia Diagnoses

Dementia is a cruel neurodegenerative disease that slowly strips its sufferers from their connection with family, friends and the outside world. For one couple, however, not even that has been able to keep them apart, regardless of whether or not they sometimes forget who each other are. Both Chris Warren,

Autoimmune Disorders And Dementia

Link Found Betweeen Autoimmune Disorders and Dementia

Those suffering from an autoimmune disorder could be up to 20% more likely to develop dementia later in their lilves, one study has found. The study in question, conducted between 1999 and 2012, found that a common symptom of autoimmune disorders – chronic inflammation – may in fact be a

Help For Dementia Sufferers

Help for Dementia Sufferers

THOUSANDS of seniors in need of home care will soon be given greater control over their health and wellbeing. From July 1, recipients can choose their own packages under a new government program called Consumer Directed Care. After recognising the demand for a better standard of care services, Jon Kontopos

High Quality And Seamless Care

Personalised, high quality and seamless Care

Hill’s Telecare products are significantly improving the lives of seniors at home. It enables incredible monitoring capabilities of seniors that tracks daily routines to reduce health deterioration. It allows family members to connect in new ways which helps tailoring care plans and lifts quality of care services. The products also

Vascular Dementia Care

Vascular Dementia from the perspective of a Care Worker

I was the personal carer of a lady who had been diagnosed with Vascular Dementia. She was a lovely lady who had moments of lucidity and then others where you would be her mother in the 20’s. She had a great sense of humour and on days when she was lucid would

Perspective Of A Care Worker

Alzheimer’s Disease from the perspective of a Care Worker

I was employed to take care of a lady who had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.
The lady was in the moderate stages of the disease and was unable now to do any shopping, cooking, go for walks on her own, handle her own PC and daily tasks. Her memory was

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