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How to Make Mealtimes Easier for Alzheimer's Patients

Mealtime is an important activity for Alzheimer's patients. After all, the patients must eat to acquire the necessary vitamins their body needs in a natural way. To make mealtimes easier for the patients, here are some tips to remember:

LIMIT DISTRACTIONS

When serving meals, do so in a quiet environment. Don't let the patients eat in front of the TV. Keep distractions away.

SIMPLIFY TABLE SETTINGS

The table settings shouldn't be too complicated. Unnecessary centerpieces such as plastic fruit should not be placed on the table. Put only the required utensils in front of the seniors.

CHECK FOOD TEMPERATURE

Don't serve the food or drinks when it is still too hot. You have the responsibility of checking the food temperature.

GIVE TIME

Seniors living with Alzheimer's disease will most likely take time to eat. You should not hurry. Remind them to chew carefully.

Caregiving for seniors with Alzheimer's needs patience and time. You need to be ingenious as well to attend to their needs. If you need assistance, Care Plus Provider, LLC can provide you with highly qualified caregivers. Just give us a call at 1-800-571-1618.
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Tips for Successful Communication with Alzheimer's Patients

Seniors suffering from Alzheimer's may usually frustrate you simply because they are unable to communicate well. In order to successfully communicate with Alzheimer's patients, give them time to think about what they want to respond to you. Engage in one-on-one conversation and never break eye contact.

#alzheimers #caregiving #homecare
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Taking Pride in Our Caregivers

Care Plus Provider, LLC has highly qualified caregivers capable of providing non-medical home care services. These caregivers are compassionate, patient, and respectful. Our caregivers are trained to take good care of seniors in place of their family members. If you want to hire caregivers you can trust, call us at 1-800-571-1618.

#careplusproviderllc #caregiver #homecare
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Communication Strategies for Dementia Patients

Communicating with people living with dementia poses great challenges. However, there are strategies that should help make it a bit easier for caregivers. Here are some of those strategies that can be used for communicating with dementia patients:

YOU WON'T ALWAYS BE SUCCESSFUL

When you communicate with dementia patients, you might be successful today but encounter failure tomorrow. You won't always get the results you want.

MINIMIZE NOISE

Avoid talking to dementia patients in a noisy environment. The noise will confuse and disturb them.

AVOID ARGUING

You might not agree with some of the things that dementia patients talk about. Don't contradict them, though. Avoid arguing with them.

TAKE A BREAK

It is definitely challenging to talk with dementia patients. It is understandable if you end up feeling frustrated with them. If that happens, you should take a break.

These strategies for communicating with dementia patients can help you go a long way in caregiving. However, if you need to find professional caregivers to help you with senior home care, Care Plus Provider, LLC has the right staff. Contact us at 1-800-571-1618 for more information.

#strategies #dementia #communication
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Caring for the Elderly

Caring for your senior family member who has a debilitating condition is a fulfilling task. However, you need to get respite every now and then to avoid getting burned out. Care Plus Provider, LLC offers errand services and homemaking. Call 1-800-571-1618 for more info.

#elderly #care #careplus
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Companionship for Your Seniors

Having a companion is a great way to ease seniors’ boredom as they live their retirement years. In addition, having a companion around means there will always be someone watching over them. If you need a companion for your seniors, call Care Plus Provider, LLC at 1-800-571-1618.

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10 Caregiver Survival Tips
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Why Care Plus Provider, LLC?

We strive to maximize our assistance and become an efficient care partner with you at home. At Care Plus Provider, LLC, we treat our patients and their families like our own.

· Flexible schedule. We provide a flexible schedule that works best for you and your loved ones. Whether it is 4 hours or 24 hours a day, we have you covered!
 
· Client monitoring. We make sure you and your loved ones are satisfied with our services. Thus, we evaluate and monitor their fulfillment and develop ways to make up for improvement. 
 
· Round-the-Clock Assistance. We provide a wide range of homecare services to deliver your loved ones’ care needs. Through our all-inclusive assistance, we’re confident to meet your demands and improve satisfaction rate.
 
· Bespoke care plans. Our care approach isn’t a one-size fits all. Upon each careful assessment, we develop customized care plans to accommodate each client’s unique needs.
 
· Reliable care professionals. They have undergone background checks and rigorous training to qualify for the job and be an instrument of wellness and compassion for your loved ones.

Reach out to Care Plus Provider, LLC’s representatives today to receive a FREE in-home care consultation. You may call us at (800)-571-1618, (925)-999-9728, or (408)-348-2265.
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Is Home Safe for Your Aging Loved Ones?
 
Moving around for personal needs can be quite challenging to some of our senior or developmentally disabled loved ones. Because of their need for mobility assistance, we offer bed and tub transfers to ensure that they stay safe and are away from harm as they maintain proper hygiene at home. 

#homecare #seniorcare #aging
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Incontinence Care: We’ll Take Care of You
 
As care providers, we know the struggle that patients go through at this stage. We are here to reassure you that there is nothing disgraceful about your needs and that we are here to provide you with every help you require in keeping yourself clean, hygienic, and respectable in every way possible. 

#homecare #seniorcare #incontinencecare
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