We’d like to take this opportunity to remind you of just how important it is maintain your cleaning routines in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. This is especially important if you care for an elderly person.
Unfortunately, the world is still contending with the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the vast majority of us remain isolated at home. Taking steps to stop the spread of COVID-19 is necessary – but it can create many problems. Feelings of depression and loneliness are among them. The elderly, in particular, are understandably having a very tough time. So how can you help?
There’s nothing easy about contending with a crisis. As the current coronavirus pandemic is proving for caregivers, it can be especially difficult to remain self-isolated and practice social distancing when you have an elderly loved one to look after. After all, going to the doctor on a regular basis is common part of a senior’s life. However, it’s the opposite of social distancing. So what steps should be taken to step up senior care during the coronavirus pandemic?
The coronavirus pandemic has been tough on all of us. However, for those who battle with disabilities, this is an especially trying time. The Advantage Home Health Solutions team is very sensitive to the needs of people with mobility issues. This is why we insist on offering only the highest-quality mobility solutions. But, as a caregiver of someone with disabilities, what can you do to help ease the burden caused by COVID-19?
With the entire world battling the spread of the coronavirus, those of us who live with elderly loved ones are especially concerned. As we all know, older adults are more susceptible to ill health effects as a result of this virus. Keeping them safe from the spread couldn’t be more important. As a result, self-isolation at home is a must.
Our team has long been dedicated to a very important part of our population – the elderly. We are also just as committed to individuals of all ages who have mobility issues. Our clients continue to require our assistance, during this tough time, so we have no plans of taking any time off.
We are living in unprecedented times. At last check, the Public Health Agency of Canada confirmed more than 420 cases of the coronavirus in Canada. A week ago, there were 93. If you are the caregiver of an elderly person, your concern for his/her health has likely skyrocketed – and for good reason. Seniors are most susceptible to health complications due to COVID-19. What can you do to help them?
We don't need the coronavirus to remind us that it’s important to take the health and safety of our elderly loved ones seriously all year round. So what steps should be taken to ensure year-round health and safety for seniors? 1. Eliminate all tripping hazards from...
These days, the coronavirus is making headline news. It’s certainly an unfortunate situation, to say the least, given that the infectious disease has already impacted north of 90,000 people across the world. Sadly, more than 3,000 people have perished due to complications with the illness, also known as COVID-19. And, as you can imagine, our elderly population has the greatest risk of being impacted.
You may assume that because we’re still enduring the winter season, sunscreen isn’t necessary. It’s a myth that protecting our skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays is a practice only needed during the summer. It’s important to understand that as long as the sun is out, its harmful UV rays are shining down upon us. And they have the ability to give us skin cancer if we don’t protect ourselves!