In Home caregivers

Let’s talk a bit about clinical manifestations of diabetes mellitus. As this has been observed that polyuria, polydipsia, and polyphagia are common symptoms of type 1 diabetes mellitus in acute phase of the disease. The acute phase in elderly people could be risky and up to some

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Diabetes and Home Care

One of the many chronic health challenges is diabetes. There are two types of the disease, one is diabetes type 1 and diabetes type 2. Type 1 diabetes is also known as juvenile diabetes or it is also called insulin dependent diabetes. This type of diabetes usually

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Reduction in Elder Abuse

Some more facts about elderly population across Canada and elder abuse. Canadian Network for the prevention of Elder abuse 2010 reported that there has been a reduction in cases of elder abuse because more elderly people are healthier and are still part of the work force in

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Nursing Profession & Stereotypes

When I started my nursing education, I was hit by many stereotypes such as “Female dominated profession”, and the popular “ICU Helper”. Television shows such as “House, ER, Scrubs, and Grey’s Anatomy” showed numerous examples of nurses’ roles as helpers rather than independent knowledgeable professionals. Nonetheless, I

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Live In Caregiver/ Personal Support Worker Needed in Etobicoke (Full time Position)

Live in Caregiver/Personal Support Worker needed for an elderly couple in Etobicoke (Toronto) Kipling & Rathburn Road Job ID: 30209 Job Title: Caregiver/PSW Job Type: Live in/Full time (Long Term Permanent) Schedule: Monday to Friday Requirements: • Joyful with good communication skills • PSW certificate (an asset)

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Elderly Home Care Needs

We believe in the understanding of the clients’ needs by the company and the caregivers. This is when a quality home care is planned and offered to our clients; without which it would not be possible to provide a comfortable and compassionate home care for elderly. Understanding

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Home Care for the Elderly

Our caregivers are compassionate about home care & caring for the elderly. They are highly experienced, professional, and empathetic. They specialize in conditions such as dementia, cancer, and arthritis, and Alzheimer’s. Best of all, they provide companionship to keep your loved ones socially active, and improve their

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Tracheostomy and Communication

Effective communication is an important aspect of nursing care to explore patients’ feelings and meet their physical, social, and psychological needs. Clients, who have tracheostomy tubes installed for drainage suction or other medical purposes, always find it difficult to express their needs; nevertheless, these procedures place healthcare

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Community Assessment: Quality of Life

Improving a Community’s Quality of Life: The Jane and Finch Locale The nursing profession revolves around the nursing process, which provides a gradual facilitation of not only of individual health but also that of communities. All the elements of the nursing process, which includes the assessment of

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Teaching-Learning in Nursing Profession

Clients’ Teaching-Learning in Nursing Profession The process of learning is never ending. We as human beings begin this process at a very young age and continue to learn throughout our lives. Learning is a process we practice in our daily lives, even those associated in the teaching

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ABOUT US

Peace In-Home Health Care is a family run business based in the province of Ontario. The company was built around revolutionizing home health care so that seniors can safely and easily age at home. We care for our .... Read More
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