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While Caring for Others, Don’t Forget About Yourself What is Caregiver Burnout? By definition, caregiver burnout is a state of physical, emotional, and mental exhaustion. There can many factors that contribute this problem. Caregiver burnout most commonly occurs when someone caring for another feels guilty for taking any time to actually care for themselves. Symptoms...
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Finding the Right Person to Care for Your Loved One The New Trend of Aging at Home While long-term care facilities like nursing homes have typically been a staple for aging adults, that trend is starting to change. This can be attributed to many factors, but for most families, it is all about what is...
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While Most Vulnerable to COVID, Seniors Remain Determined to Live Their Lives The New Wave Officially B.1.1.529, we all know the new variant by its Greek name, Omicron. Believed to have originated in South Africa, research is still underway to ultimately determine the transmissibility and severity of the new variant. Vaccines remain critical to every...
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Same Great Care, Brand New Office About Arosa Orlando Originally founded in 1999 as The Cameron Group, Arosa has been serving the greater Orlando area for over two decades. Our Arosa Orlando Team has over 100 years of collective experience, and deep rooted local community partnerships necessary to help families and clients work through every...
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Questions to Ask Home Care Agencies Most seniors prefer to live in the comfort of their own home, a place where they feel more connected, safe, and secure. But as the aging process begins, living becomes more difficult, not only for the senior but also for each family member. This puts significant strain on your...
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How to Support a Client Who Has a New Medical Diagnosis A client with a new medical diagnosis can feel scared, overwhelmed, and confused. Here’s what you can say and do to help: Do you know the Greek myth of Persephone? She was in a field picking flowers when suddenly the ground beneath her feet...
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Communicating with Someone who has Hearing Loss It’s a common thing among older people; hearing deteriorates. Grandkids will joke that Grandma or Grandpa “can’t hear a word” and may try to play tricks on them. That’s all in good fun but hearing loss can be extraordinarily frustrating for the sufferer. We take for granted the...
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What is Care Management? If you are caring for a senior, care management is something you should know about. It is the discipline of coordinating all care that a senior is receiving. It provides important coordination and communication between all parties. Care managers are advocates for older adults. They are trained to assess, plan and...
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3 Ways a Care Manager Can Improve the Family Experience For most, caregiving is new territory. It is an enormous responsibility that must be addressed along with all of life’s other important duties like family, home, and work. Even with the best of intentions, it can be difficult for families to coordinate caregiving duties while...
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