Fully Independent Mealtimes (With a Little Help)
Posted by Chris on 6/8/2022 to In The Kitchen
Your patient, spouse, or parent has difficulties with self-feeding because of arthritis, stroke, or other ailments. They enjoy mealtimes considerably more when they can do it independently. You would like to help. How can you do this? The fact
Freedom Extra Long Quick Lock Cup Holder Helps Caregivers
Creative minds today are constantly searching for ideas to create the next best user-friendly product, this especially applies to the disabled community where thousands have come together to seek revolutionary products and designs to accommodate their disability. One of the most actively growing designs in this community comes in the form of mobile access, anything from comfort to convenience, the ideas are flowing and the community is soaking it up.
Take Control of Essential Tremor
In light of March being Essential Tremor awareness month, we’ve gathered some information on tips to take control of this disease. Essential Tremor is a brain disorder that causes the body to shake uncontrollably, resulting in daily frustration, harm, and an unstable life. The most common areas that are affected by this disorder are the arms and hands, which can make simple tasks such as eating, dressing, and writing become dreaded chores.
Dine In Style With TidyTop Dignified Dining Wear
Life Hacks for Caregivers
Everyone knows about the term “life hacks” and what it generally means, taking a traditional lifestyle or technique and managing it in more efficient ways that may or may not save some money in the long run. Well we have a few caregiver hacks too, but our goal isn’t just to save money, it’s to make the lives of caregivers and clients much easier.
Celebrate National Caregivers Month
November is a big month for holidays and special events, but it also the month to celebrate and appreciate family caregivers all around the world. Being a caregiver is more than working for a patient or client, it’s a personable job or hobby that can truly help others in need. People that generally require caregivers are in a vulnerable, sensitive state, and it’s the caregivers job to not only keep them in good health, but to also bond and make them feel comfortable.