Caring for my pop

Caring for my pop

  • Home Care Options for Younger Disabled People

    In the past, many facilities that offered care for people with high needs or severe disabilities had limited options for younger people. This can be very frustrating for younger people who have accidents or illnesses that mean that now they might struggle to maintain an independent household but still have social and emotional needs that suit more independent living. Here are some of the options for home care.  Staying at home with parents

  • Three home-improvement tips

    The term 'home-improvement' often brings to mind major renovation projects, which require lots of time, money and manpower. In reality, however, there are lots of less drastic ways to make your home a more enjoyable place to live. Here are three easy steps that you can take to improve the functionality and appearance of your property. Change up the decor Painting is one of the simplest methods of changing a house's interior.

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    Caring for my pop

    My pop has done so many incredible things in his life. He fought in Vietnam and saved his best friend from dying by carrying him through the jungle for two days. After Grandma died though he seemed really lost. Not only did he lose the person who made sure he took all of his medicines and ate his dinner, but when Grandma went he also lost his best friend. I can't be there to help him all the time so I have organised a carer to stop in and make sure that he is eating his meals and keeping his spirits up. This blog is about the challenges of caring for an elderly loved one when you can't be there yourself.

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