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How To Make An Assisted Living Centre Feel Like Home

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For many older people, assisted living is the best choice for them to carry on an independent life with some help. For some though, this decision can be very hard, and they may worry about living somewhere that feels like a hospital instead of a home. If you manage an assisted living centre, there are some ways you can help to make it feel like a real home to make your residents feel more comfortable and much happier. 

Respect There May Be Challenges

Some of your retired residents may not be all that thrilled to be moving in. It’s important to respect that, and not push too hard to make them settle in. Gentle encouragement is always going to go down better than a forced approach with someone who is struggling with the transition.

Make Things Comfortable

Any shared spaces need to be as comfortable as possible. Avoid making the spaces feel sterile by using a company who can advise on the best architecture and decor, like aged-care construction experts. They can help you to create a space that is both functional and comfortable. 

Think about what home comforts residents will appreciate in communal spaces. Invest in comfortable seating that is supportive, like quality recliners. Add in plenty of soft furnishings in relaxing colours, like blankets and cushions. Hang some cheerful artwork to brighten things up. 

Allow Room For Personalisation

The best way to make a retirement home feel like an actual home is to allow space for your residents to bring in some comforts from their own home. While their own rooms are an obvious place for their own things to go, it can also help if there is somewhere in communal space for some personalisation too. Perhaps they could put their own scatter cushions on their favourite chair, or maybe you could create a space where residents could display their own photographs. 

Choose Warm Colours

A lot of retirement homes use the same kind of colour palettes as hospitals, with blues and greens to make things feel calm and clean. This can make the place feel too sterile, and not like a place where people actually live. Instead, decorate with some warmer colours. Paint the walls in a warm neutral, like a warm shade of cream, and add in warm, cheery colours with other decor items. Yellow scatter cushions, paintings with oranges and yellows, and other warm notes all work very well. A warmer colour choice can make the home feel a lot cosier and more comfortable, instead of like a hospital. 

Ask Your Residents

If you don’t think the space is quite working and don’t know why you could ask the people who live there what they think is missing. After all, they’re the ones spending the most time there and will know best what they need to make them feel comfortable and at home in the centre. Ask for feedback and follow up on what they’re asking for, whether they ask for better chairs in the main lounge or some different activities.

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How to Spot the Ideal Family Home

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Finding the perfect family home, that both has enough space for all of the family, and which makes family life as easy as it can possibly be, is no mean feat, but it can be done.

If you’re looking for your next family home and you want to ensure that you get it absolutely right, here are some tips to help you spot a good thing when you see it:

Check the Floorplan

If you want to find a home that works for you, it’s always a good idea to check out the floor plan. The way a house is laid out can make life really easy or really hard, so it’s of paramount importance that you take this seriously, For example, if the kitchen is three floors down from the bedroom and you have a baby who you need to make bottle for in the night, the thought of slogging up all those steps when you’re already dog tired probably isn’t a good one, or if you have kids who love having the space to run around, a house with a floorplan that isn’t open probably wouldn’t work out too well. Know what you need and bear that in mind when looking at the floorplan.

There’s Scope to Make Changes

Choosing a family home that has space to extend is always a plus because then you can make it what you want and change it to suit your family’s growing needs. Alternatively, you may want to look at the affordability of the house and land package homes in your area because that way you can have a great deal of input into what your house will be like right from the off., The more scope there is to put your family’s stamp on your new home, the better it will be for you all.

Outdoor Space

If you have a young family, outdoor space is vital. It will give the kids the chance to blow off some steam and allow you to spend some quiet relaxation time out in nature, Of course, outdoor space can be expensive, so if you cannot afford a home with a decent sized garden, look for properties that are close to the beach or parkland that you can all make use of instead. If there are lots of places to spend time outdoors, it’s a sure sign you’ve spotted a great family home.

Plenty of Bathrooms

One of the most annoying things about family life is the ques for the bathroom in the morning. Try to find a property where there are two or more bathrooms, or at least the ability to add more in the future, and family life will get a whole lot better.

Low Maintenance

Family life is busy, so if you spot a home that is in really good condition, and which is unlikely to need much maintenance, make an offer! Oh, and low maintenance doesn’t just mean it’s structurally sound, things like tiles or hardwood floors instead of carpet can make a huge difference too!

Good luck finding your perfect family home!

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Keep Rolling With These Tyre Care Tips

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When looking after your car, one of the most important parts you should consider monitoring is the tyres. Your tyres will be the only part of the car to touch the ground when you drive on the road and this makes them crucial for safety and performance on the road. 

Today we want to take a deep dive into the world of car maintenance and specifically look at the Tyres. Here are all of the things you need to consider when you are maintaining your tyres this year. 

1. Check the pressure 

The first check to do on your tyres regularly is pressure. The pressure inside your tyres is equal to how much air is inside them, and to maintain grip on the road you need to have a decent level of inflation on your tyres at all times. To check your tyre pressure, you should place the car on a flat surface and wait for it to cool completely. Once cold, take a tyre pressure gauge and check the tyre pressure according to your manufacturer’s guide. There may even be a small sticker inside your car near the driver’s seat. Inflate the tyres to the right level. 

2. Inspect for damage

When maintaining the tyres the main thing you will be thinking about is the air inside and whether this has been preserved. This is why now and again you should check the tyres for any small cuts or bulges that may run the risk of letting air out of the tyres while you are driving. If you find anything like this you should consider getting some new tyres. 

3. Check the tread depth

The tread of a tyre is a crucial aspect to maintain. When you drive on the road, the tread will grip the tarmac beneath you in the same way hiking boots will grip the ground below your feet. To avoid slipping you need that friction, and tread does this. It also helps to avoid a phenomenon called ‘aquaplaning’ where water runs between the tyres and the road causing you to slip. Make sure the tyre tread is at least 1.6mm

4. Think about the weight 

It stands to reason that the more weight you put inside the car, the more pressure will be on the tyres and therefore the more strain it will receive. To try and make your tyres last longer on the road it is a good idea to try and lower the weight you put in the car, whether this be taking out unnecessary items or transporting less people. 

5. Avoid the kerb when possible 

Sometimes parking on the kerb is the only option we have, and this is something that you do need to be aware of. When you think about parking on the kerb, you need to be careful of the damage it will do to the tyres. It can often cause more pressure and could even cause the tyre to blow. Be mindful and try to mount drop kerbs first wherever you can.

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Is There Really Such A Thing As A Dream Home?

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Ah, that fabled ‘dream home.’ So many of us want to live in one, but so very few of us do. 

Why? Well, perhaps its because we are a fickle bunch of people, always imagining the grass is greener is on the other side of the fence (or the neighbourhood). We’re never happy with what we have, and continue to long for more. 

Or perhaps its because we don’t have the finances to afford a dream home. We look adoringly at summer cottages and luxury apartments online, but decide to buy something second-best instead because we think we can’t afford anything else. 

And even if we do get the opportunity to move into a ‘dream home,’ we might still feel unhappy. The bills might be higher than we would like. The neighbours could be hellish. And as our families grow, we might resent the lack of space at our disposal. In short, we feel as if we are living in a proverbial nightmare rather than a dream.

So, is there really such a thing as a dream home? Or is it a fabled myth? 

Well, we think the answer is yes, but you need to take the following into consideration.

#1: Remember that perfection is hard to achieve

If you’re looking to move into the perfect home, then you are going to be looking for a long time. There will always be something to tarnish the dream image, be it a bathroom that is a little too small, a neighbour who is both noisy and nosey, or a garden that is regularly upended by moles and other wildlife. If you’re looking to move into the ‘dream home’ then, you might need to alter your expectations a little and remove the idea of perfection from your mind. As long as most of your dream home checklist has been achieved, you might find joy and pleasure in your home, despite the imperfections. In short then, be happy with what you have and not what you haven’t!

#2: Remember that any home can become a dream home

You don’t have to move into a dream home right away! If you find something that ticks all of your boxes, then fine. But if you don’t, remember that you can work on your ‘second-best home’ in the months and years to come. So, renovate your bathroom if it’s too small and fit it out with all of the fixtures that you might have longed for at the beginning. Do the same with any other rooms in your home too, perhaps by decorating them in the styles you love. And get on top of any nuisance problems, be they repair jobs, garden intrusions, nosey neighbours, or anything else, and research ways to manage them. By taking active steps to improve your property, you might soon be living in the home of your dreams. 

#3: Remember to curb your enthusiasm

Before buying what looks like a dream home, rein yourself in a little. Figure out your finances to ensure you can afford both the upfront and ongoing costs. Hire a professional to inspect the property you are looking at for any maintenance problems. And ask investigative questions to the seller before agreeing to buy, as you will then have the ability to make an educated decision. By taking such steps, there is less chance of your dream home becoming a nightmare property after you have moved in. 

Is there really such a thing as a dream home? Probably, but take the above into consideration. By doing so, you should have the opportunity to live in a house that ticks most (or perhaps all) of your boxes. 

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Aspects Of Moving Home To Plan Meticulously

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Four Reasons To Renovate The Bathroom

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Home renovations are a big deal, as they’re your shot at upgrading and redoing the areas of your home that you’re not so proud of having. It can seem like a costly and time-consuming task, and sometimes it can be, but there are so many more reasons to renovate than there is not to do it! You are going to live through a little bit of upheaval, but with the right planning, you can make your bathroom upgrade one that is worth it.

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Buying A Home: How To Know It’s Perfect For You

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3 Things People Forget To Do When Moving Home

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Ah, the joys of moving house.

With much to do and think about, from actually buying a house to sorting out your packing boxes for moving day, you can be forgiven if you forget a few minor details in the process. 

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5 Things To Do Before Starting A Family

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Starting a family is a massive decision, and it will be different for everyone. Some couples will want to start young so they can have lots of kids, some babies are an unexpected (yet wonderful) surprise, and some people decide to wait until much later on before they have kids. There really is no right or wrong answer, it’s all down to you and your circumstances. However, if you want to make things a little easier for yourself, there are a few things you’re able to do in your life before kids come along. It’s not essential, but if you want to plan and be prepared, here are some things you can do before starting a family. 

Consider your career

Working around raising a family isn’t the easiest, and it’s something that couples often struggle with. There was once a time when the man would go out to work and be the breadwinner while the woman would stay home and raise the children, but times are changing now. Many women now have excellent careers, or the drive to continue working around having children. High living costs means that families often need two working partners just to make ends meet, whether they want to or not. If you’re early on in your career, you could think of ways of taking a more flexible route. For example, if you’re a hairdresser or beautician you could go self employed and work from home or mobile once you have children as a way to fit things in around having them. If you have a trade or a skill, you could look to open your own business later down the line so that you’re in control. Lots of types of jobs these days give you the opportunity to work from home which can be useful as a parent as it gives you more flexibility. It’s probably not going to be possible with a newborn, but when your child starts going to nursery or preschool you could use this time to go home and work through your tasks, without the need to dress a certain way, travel to the workplace or anything else that can take added time and effort. 

Find the right place to live

If you’re set on having children, finding a place to live before they come along can save a lot of stress and hassle compared to moving when you’re pregnant or with a young child. If you currently live in a flat, a house that’s difficult to access due to lots of stairs or somewhere that’s just not the type of home or area you’d want for a family then consider moving early on. Get yourself a family home that’s close to schools you’d be happy to send your future child to. Check out if there are things like parks and amenities nearby. If you want a garden and a certain number of bedrooms then ensure those boxes are ticked. That way you can work on doing up the property, putting your stamp on it and getting settled before starting your family. Before you have children, there are lots of things you don’t really think about when you’re choosing your home, and so the place you live in now might not be suitable. When you’re looking for your next property, keep in mind your future family and choose the house as if you already have your child or children. That way you won’t need to go through the stress of moving later down the line. 


Work on your health

Having a baby requires a whole load of complex body and hormonal processes to take place. It’s no wonder it’s called ‘the miracle of conception’ as there are many pieces to the puzzle, and if just one of them is wrong then it simply can’t happen. Getting yourself into the best condition physically is one of the most important things you can do. Getting down to the right weight, eating healthily and exercising- along with keeping your stress and mental health in check will all help you to regulate hormones. This is true in both men and women, and starting a good few months before you conceive is a good idea. Consider taking pre conception vitamins, you can buy these for both men and women and they ensure you have everything you need alongside a healthy diet. If you have any chronic health conditions, speak to your doctor and find out if any changes will be needed before you try for a baby. You could even look into getting more ‘minor’ complaints sorted- eczema treatment for skin problems, dental work and eye tests done beforehand. It just means that it’s one less thing to think about once you fall pregnant, and you’ll feel good knowing that your health is all under control. Hopefully you don’t have any problems with conceiving, but if you do, you can at least rule out a lot of different things if you’ve already spent time working on your health beforehand. For example, if you’re already active with a bmi that’s within normal range, you won’t be fobbed off by the doctor saying that this could be the cause, as it will be clear that it’s not. A great way to take control of your fertility before having a baby is to start tracking your cycles and ovulation so you have an insight into what’s going on in your body. There are a number of ways to do this, from ovulation prediction kits to basal body tracking.

Get your finances in check

Having a baby is always going to be expensive. Along with all of the items they need, from a pram to a cot to nursery furniture, clothes, toys and so much more, you also have to factor in the loss (or at least partial loss) of one income at first, and then the continued loss or the cost of childcare later on if you return to work. Having some savings behind you is one of the best things you can do, open a joint account with your partner then set up a standing order so that a set amount is taken from your main account and transferred over every payday. It doesn’t need to be a huge amount, but if it takes you a year to conceive and then another nine months to grow a baby, even ten or twenty a week each could add up to a couple of thousand to spend as you need once they arrive. Aim to have all debts paid off and have your finances running smoothly before the baby is born. If you set all of your bills to come out of a separate bills account by direct debit, you can be sure they’re paid each month without having to phone up different companies or pay things separately. One less thing to do when you’re caring for a newborn! 

Consider your support system

Having a baby is one of the times in your life that your support system is absolutely invaluable. While it’s an exciting time it can also be full of nerves and anxiety, there are probably a million and one things on your mind. Having a support system there really helps with the ups and downs, chatting things through can help to give you a different perspective. Loved ones can raise you up when you’re down, or just be a shoulder to cry on when you need it. If you’ve drifted apart from family and friends, make the effort to rebuild relationships. The one with your own parents is liklely to be invaluable at this time, as well as siblings and close friends. Having a network of love and trust around you is one of the best things you can do before starting a family, and once your little one arrives they will get to reap the benefits of this too. Don’t feel as though you have to do it all alone, you don’t need to stay strong and keep your emotions in. Sometimes the healthiest thing you can do is let it out and chat it through with someone that cares, and once you get pregnant you might find you need to do this more often.

Are you planning on starting a family soon, or in a few years? What sorts of things are you going to do in preparation?

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Simple House Buying Tips

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When you are ready to buy your first home, there are a lot of big decisions to make. It can be a nerve-racking period, with a lot of unknowns going on. However, these tips might just make the process a little bit easier for you. 

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5 Ways To Improve Your Home Security This Christmas

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Our homes are an extension of ourselves, making a break-in or theft from our property a personal blow. At this time of year as we gear up for Christmas, we start to fill our homes with the latest gadgets, toys and items, making them even more attractive to opportunistic thieves and criminals. To keep yourself, your belongings and your property safe, here are 5 ways in which you can improve your security over the Christmas period. 

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Never Hurts to be Prepared

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Whether you work for yourself or you head up a small team, when you’re in charge everyone looks to you for, well, everything. You have all the answers from business strategy down to where the first-aid is kept. It’s this latter issue that we’re going to talk about today and ask you to ask yourself: when’s the last time you updated your emergency kit either at home or in the office, or both?

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The Ultimate Guide to a Great Family Finance Discussion

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They say you should never talk about money, don’t they?  But we do have to sometimes – it makes the world go round, after all… Now, we’re not suggesting you discuss it with everyone – don’t worry!  Just that’s it’s important between close family and loved ones.

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8 Ways To Care For Your Loved Ones In Old Age

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Although it isn’t a nice thought, you need to start thinking about how you’re going to care for your loved ones in their old age. Whether they’re starting to get closer to retirement age or they’re already there, thinking about the steps you need to take in order to care for them is important. Whether it’s finding a suitable care home or looking out for the warning signs of dementia, you need to ensure you’re as prepared as you can be. It may not be pleasant, but it’s the best thing you can do for their health. 

With that in mind, here are 9 ways to care for your loved ones in old age: 

  • Make Sure They’re Regularly Visiting The Doctor

One of the best ways to care for your loved ones in old age is to ensure they’re regularly visiting their doctor. Whilst this doesn’t mean they need to go every few months, it does mean they need to book in a check-up at least once a year. During this check-up they will be able to ask any questions they have, addressing concerns they have had over the last six months or so. If they need any new medication, they will be able to renew their prescription. 

Although they may tell you they don’t need to see a doctor, it’s important you encourage them to go. For guidance when it comes to getting someone to see a doctor, you can visit this site here. 

  • Look Out For Any Warning Signs When It Comes To Illnesses

Whilst this may be one of the hardest things you have to do, looking out for warning signs is incredibly important when it comes to your elderly relatives. Although sometimes you may find that the warning signs are hard to spot, others may be as clear as day. Whether it’s looking for red flags when it comes to dementia or looking for signs that their physical health is deteriorating, the sooner you pick on up things the better.

  • Give Them An Emergency Number To Call If They Need You

If you are worried about whether or not your loved ones are going to be able to reach out to you in their time of need, you may want to consider giving them an emergency number to call you on. Whether this is a mobile number or your work’s contact, you need to be sure they can get in touch with at least one of you should they need to. If they’re unable to get in touch with you, make sure you’re giving them a list of other emergency numbers they can call. 

  • Help Them Arrange Hospital Appointments And Visits

If your loved ones need to attend several different hospital appointments in their old age, it’s important you’re doing everything you can to help arrange them. Whether this means booking the appointments and writing them on their calendar or driving them to the hospital yourself, you need to be sure you are doing everything you can to get them to their appointment. Whilst it may mean taking time off work or changing your schedule, putting your loved ones first should be your main priority. 

  • Arrange For A Carer To Visit Their Home Daily

If you feel as though your elderly relatives are starting to struggle when it comes to day-to-day life, you may want to consider arranging for a carer to visit their home on a daily basis. Having a carer attend their property will not only help them with the daily tasks they find difficult, but it will also help when it comes to their wellbeing. For more information about having daily home visits from a carer, you can visit this site here. 

  • Consider Whether Or Not They Need To Go In A Home

If having a carer visit their home on a daily basis still doesn’t seem to be helping your elderly relatives, it may be time to think about whether or not they would be better going into a home. Although it may be the last thing you want to think of, you have to do what is best for your loved ones. When it comes to choosing the right home, you need to be sure you’re visiting as many different options as you can. Take your loved one’s needs and wants into consideration, asking them where they would like to stay. Although you may not be able to give them their first choice, you need to be sure it’s going to be a home they’ll enjoy. 

  • Make Sure You’re Visiting Them As Much As Possible

No matter where your loved ones are living, you need to be sure you’re visiting them as much as you possibly can. Whether they’re living at home or in a care home, they will start to feel old in their old age. Although you may not be able to visit them every single day, building up a schedule where you regularly pop in for a coffee or a chat should be your main priority. If you have children, you may want to consider encouraging them to visit too. 

  • Take Them On Fun Days Out

Finally, taking your loved ones out for fun days out should be something you do on a regular basis. Although they may not be able to do as much as they used to, they will love seeing something different for a change. The best thing to do is to ask your loved ones what they want to do, putting together a plan that will give them the best possible experience. 

Whether it’s going to the beach or spending the day shopping, you should put their choices first. For inspiration when it comes to spending the day with your elderly relatives, you can visit this site here. 

Are you looking for ways to help when it comes to caring for a loved one in old age? What can you do to ensure you’re doing the best job you can? Let me know in the comments section below.

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Essential Things to Consider When Buying a Block of Land

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Buying land can be a great investment. But if you plan to build on it – it’s best to be cautious.

There are lots of considerations you need to think about  – so it’s wise to be aware of them before your search hits the ground. Continue Reading

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Things You Should Know Before Buying Your Forever Home

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Buying your forever home is something that needs careful consideration – it’s called ‘forever’ for a reason! However, many people are currently on the look out for their forever home, and many people are even looking for it earlier than ever before.  Continue Reading

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Don’t Let Their Infidelity Break You

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Infidelity feels like a stab in your heart. For a lot of people, there could be no greater pain. It leaves you vulnerable, weak, and feeling soiled as if you were not good enough for your partner. According to She Said, cheating is a lot more common than you might think. Almost 4 in 10 Australians admit having cheated once or more on their partner. It doesn’t take the pain, but it can help you to tackle the situation from a different perspective. Indeed, you are not alone when it comes to infidelity. And that’s where you can find the strength to rebuild yourself. There is plenty of support available:  Continue Reading

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When Can You Save A Struggling Relationship?

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Building a solid relationship is a full-time commitment. Of course, everybody dreams of the perfect, happy relationship, but most people forget that happy couples work hard to make it happen. Indeed, it seems strange to assume that happiness in your couple has to imply that you share the same ideas and interests. While you do need a common base, disagreements and diverging views are at the heart of your relationship. The key is not to ignore them or pretend they don’t exist. If you want your couple to survive the first disagreement, you need to face your differences with your eyes wide open. Continue Reading

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Bonding With Your Family This Summer

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We all have our responsibilities. Most of us have careers, or at least an income we have to work towards. All of us have our daily needs, our daily duties, and personal management we need to figure out and benefit from. All of us wish to better ourselves, and make each day more appropriate and comfortable. All of us have to deal with difficulties, and the rising challenges that seem to spring out of nowhere.  Continue Reading

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Dealing With Dementia In The Family

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There’s no way to make a dementia diagnosis any less devastating than it is, emotionally. However, that doesn’t mean that there is no way to fight and ensure the highest standards of living for the longest time possible. Here are a few tips for those families who have been caught by one of the hardest diagnoses of all and what you can do for a loved one who is going to need your help in future.

Seeking support

If the diagnosis is recent or you’re simply not aware of the support services and groups that are out there, then that should be the first place to start. There are groups for both those with dementia, helping them engage with their community, and for those who care for them, helping them share their stories but also helping them get practical advice and information that can help them better understand the disease and how to cope with it over time.

Taking the initiative

Staying healthy doesn’t become any less important after a dementia diagnosis. In fact, it becomes more important than ever. The rate of decline may be associated with certain health lifestyle factors, such as food, diet, socialising, stress, and so on. At https://unforgettable.org, you can see a range of tips on how those living with dementia should try to improve their health. It may be able to stop the disease from progressing as it otherwise would. Family members can help by guiding them through exercises such as walking through the park or helping to change their diet.

Ensuring a standard of care

When living with dementia, we want to remain as independent as possible for those longest time possible. However, we have to address the fact that the time will come that we are no longer able to take care of ourselves completely. The discussion about how to ensure care should be held earlier rather than later, so everyone can have their say. Beyond having a loved one as a caregiver, there are options like https://yukana.org.au/ which provide a safe setting, trained staff, and a host of therapy services to help fight the disease over time. Looking at the different options is important before making any choices.

Making plans for the future

If a diagnosis has been caught early enough, then someone living with dementia still has time to ensure that their estate is handled in the way that they would prefer. Besides writing a will and assigning an executor of that will, they can also decide on who gets legal guardianship to make those decisions for them. It’s worth noting that you may need the help of a lawyer to obtain legal guardianship if the severity of the dementia means the person is no longer able to make such decisions on their own.

Dementia is a condition that gets progressively worse over time, which means that the earliest you start putting the necessary wheels in motion, such as preparing the estate and look at potential sources of care, the more prepared you can be when you truly need them.

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