Daily or In-Home Caregiver

Safe At Home: 5. Bedroom Safety

Consider these daily bedroom situations and learn how to make the bedroom a safer space for someone with dementia.

Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.
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Safe At Home: 4. Bathroom Safety

Consider these daily bathroom situations and learn how to make the bathroom a safer space for someone with dementia.

CJ Video - Self-Care (Caregiver College Video Series)

Self-Care (Caregiver College Video Series)

5. Toileting and Incontinence (Caregiver College Video Series)

This video covers how dealing with a loved one's incontinence is more manageable than you may think. You'll learn how to help a care recipient with their waning toileting skills and problems with incontinence.

3. Dental Care (Caregiver College Video Series)

Dental and oral care are important at any age to prevent against a variety of health problems. Learn how to assist as a caregiver in daily cleaning and routine check-ups. 

Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.

2. Nutrition (Caregiver College Video Series)

Good nutrition and good health go hand in hand. Learn valuable information about nutrition, balanced eating, and successful meal planning.

Note: This information is not meant to replace the advice from a medical professional. You should consult your health care provider regarding specific medical concerns or treatment.

Ch. 1: Transfer Skills (Caregiver College Video Series)

Transfer Skills (Caregiver College Video Series)

This video contains tips and instructions on how to use gravity and leverage to assist you when lifting or transferring a loved one who has limited mobility.

4. Bathing and Dressing (Caregiver College Video Series)

Helping out a care recipient with ADLs (Activities of Daily Living) can sometimes be a sensitive issue. Learn how to assist with ADLs, such as bathing and dressing.

Understanding Palliative/Supportive Care: What Every Caregiver Should Know

Palliative care, also increasingly known as Supportive Care, may be one of the most misunder­stood terms in healthcare. Many people believe it’s the same as hospice care and it means the end of life. But palliative care is different from hospice, and when put in place, palliative care can bring hope, control, and a chance at a better quality of life for seriously ill patients and their caregivers.

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