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While most of us feel cold at some time, and maybe more so during the dull days of winter, sometimes it can feel as if our clients are cold all the time...

Date created: 31/01/2022

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live-in carers balance work and personal life, this article explores the challenges they face and how they maintain relationships while caring for others...

Date created: 16/04/2024

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Regardless of how much a live-in carer means to family, here's the right attitude to adopt in the face of harsh truth's and emotional challenges. ..

Date created: 26/02/2024

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There are several reasons why the placement may not work, and unfortunately the live-in carer often seems to be where the blame is placed, whether this is true or not...

Date created: 12/01/2023

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If your client is planning a pet, then make sure you, your client, and the family are all fully aware of the implications. Here are the benefits, challenges, and essential considerations for a furry companion. ..

Date created: 08/12/2023

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Ever wonder if live-in carers should share with their family family about where they work? Dive into agency rules and private care dilemmas. ..

Date created: 20/11/2023

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Getting along with a client's spouse is key to successful caregiving. Here are tips for a smooth and friendly caregiving partnership..

Date created: 28/09/2023

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Uncover the reasons why family visits can feel chaotic and overwhelming, as denial and reluctance to acknowledge decline play a role. Learn strategies to handle the chaos, promote calmness during visits, and prioritize the client's well-being...

Date created: 09/06/2023

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Considering a baby monitor for your client as a live-in carer? This article explores why it may be necessary and provides tips on choosing and using a basic monitor to ensure your client's safety and well-being...

Date created: 11/05/2023

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One of the issues that sibling rivalry can lead to is tension as to how much care is given to one person and who pays for it. Here is what we can do about it...

Date created: 02/02/2023

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