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Changes in behaviour that require a live-in carer

Self-neglect, accidents around the house, trouble keeping up with medications, and withdrawal and isolation could all be indicators that your loved one needs live-in care. Changes in behaviour that require a live in carer When someone starts to develop dementia, their deterioration in function can be gradual. Too often, mishaps, memory lapses and near-misses can …

Night Time Care

Night time care, or overnight care, is care given to a loved one throughout the night. This often involves help using the bathroom, prevention from wandering caused by dementia, and keeping a loved one settled during the night when they might otherwise get confused and hurt themselves. Night time care Care needs don’t stop when the …

How To Care For Someone With Multiple Sclerosis

If you’re caring for someone with multiple sclerosis, you will need to help with movement and mobility, frequency, and pain relief. How to care for someone with multiple sclerosis Caring for someone with multiple sclerosis can be demanding physically, mentally and emotionally. However, with support you can meet the challenges and help your loved one …

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