In March of 2020, employees across the world were sent home from work for ‘just a few weeks’ while the Corona Virus (Covid-19) ran its course. Since then, the world has collectively embarked upon numerous case surges, mask mandates, and vaccine rollouts. However, as the one year mark since this turning point in history isContinue reading “When Will This Actually End?”
Creating More Inclusive Healthcare Systems UCLA Health is identified as a Core Four Role player in Healthcare Equity for lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals in the United States. As a member of the Los Angeles school district, UCLA has an obligation to ensure that all students enrolled in its programs and services are afforded equalContinue reading “Healthcare Equality: What you need to know”
When the unthinkable happens, people tend to shut down and lower themselves into a state of self-pity. It’s a natural response to a tragic or devastating experience, but that doesn’t mean you should remain in that state forever. In fact, you should rebound as quickly as possible to keep from making your self-pity a long-termContinue reading “Learning to Accept the Worse Case Scenario”
As your parents get older, you’ll have to come to terms with the fact that they will reach a point at which they can no longer care for themselves. Whether cognitive decline becomes severe or they’re physically unable to care for themselves, it will be up to you to plan their senior care. These tipsContinue reading “Senior Living”
Older adults in your neighborhood may live independently, but that still does not mean that they do not need a little help from their neighbors. As people age, their ability to do tasks like gardening, landscaping, and painting can be hard to accomplish with arthritis. Some older people cannot spend a lot of time inContinue reading “Helping Your Elderly Neighbor”
Forgetfulness is a problem that affects everyone of all ages. Little children forget to do their chores or homework, and that’s just a normal part of cognitive development. Even healthy, average adults will forget where they put something or why they walked into a room. These are all normal forgetful episodes that usually don’t haveContinue reading “Understanding Forgetfulness”
As we age and reach our senior years, our health will decline, and our vision is among the first of the senses to become impaired. While many people can continue to drive until they reach their 80s or 90s, others have to face the reality of giving up their licenses sooner. This is becoming knownContinue reading “Planning Your Driving Retirement”
With age comes wisdom, knowledge, joy, understanding and, unfortunately, a slew of health problems. While some people are able to age gracefully and maintain a high quality of life well into their golden years, the opposite is also true: some people are riddled with very serious health problems as their bodies and minds deteriorate. ThisContinue reading “Long-Term Care Prices”
Remote home monitoring is most often associated with keeping your home and family safe, but this technology has many benefits for elderly care. As telemedicine becomes the norm in today’s healthcare environment, clinicians are looking towards similar concepts, such as telemonitoring. Remote monitoring has been used for hypertension, diabetes, cardiac disease, and other chronic conditionsContinue reading “Benefits of Home Monitoring in Elderly Care”
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