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Care For Those With Dementia

Dementia is the medical term used to describe the decline of reasoning, memory and other mental abilities of individuals. These usually impair a person’s ability to do everyday activities such as driving, household chores and even personal care such as feeding and bathing. Dementia is most common in the elderly and used to be called […]

Mental Healthcare for Seniors

Over 18 percent of the 35 million adults over 65 years of age commit suicide each year. Most have experienced depression throughout their life-time but it has gone undiagnosed or has been underdiagnosed by the medical community. Many think that depression is a normal part of the aging process or a reaction to chronic illness. […]

Nursing Care – A Patient Care For The Elderly

Aging people seek guidance, aid, and attention especially during the stage of their lives when they can no longer exert the same energy and enthusiasm as when they were still younger. As they age, they require more help and care, thus most of these individuals just opt to stay at elderly homes, medical facilities, or […]

Daily Needs and Special Care

Care For Those With Dementia

Dementia is the medical term used to describe the decline of reasoning, memory and other mental abilities of individuals. These usually impair a person’s ability to do everyday activities such as driving, household chores and even personal care such as feeding and bathing. Dementia is most common in the elderly and used to be called […]

Nutritional needs of the elderly

The number of senior citizens in the United States continues to grow each year. In the early 1900s, approximately 4 percent of the population was over the age of 65. Currently, the figure hovers around 12 percent of the population and, if projections are correct, those over 65 will comprise approximately 20 percent of the […]