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Dementia: Responding to Long-Term Memory Loss

It can be scary to learn that a loved one is diagnosed with dementia. This can cause fear and worry about how this disease will affect your loved one’s long-term memory and how it’s going to be like in the years to come. Long-term memory is where your brain stores information for longer than a … Continue reading

Posted in Dementia Care

Things to Keep In Mind this Winter Season

It’s finally the winter season again. As the air grows colder, your elderly loved ones must bundle up and get warmer. Older adults tend to lose body heat faster than younger people; making them vulnerable to infections like the flu or the coronavirus. Caridad Healthcare, Inc. is here to remind you of the importance of … Continue reading

Posted in Winter Season

The Advantages of Getting Hospice Care for Your Loved One

We all feel the burden of a terminal illness diagnosis, even if we’re not the patient. Hospice care is a health service provided to both the patient and their family to help them through tough times. A responsible hospice care team gives physical, emotional, spiritual, and practical support to make sure that the patient’s goals … Continue reading

Long-Term Diabetes Complications with the Foot

Neuropathy is a prevalent complication of diabetes. It is a dysfunction of one or more nerves that frequently start in the hands and feet, but other parts of your body can be affected too. Common results are: muscle weakness; numbness; tingling feeling; and pain. Peripheral nerve affection together with the peripheral vascular disease commonly leads … Continue reading

Long-Term Diabetes Complications with the Eye

Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of visual disability. Significant vision loss is rarely evident in the first five years of insulin-dependent diabetes. However, over the following two decades, most of the people with diabetes develop vision changes. Up to 20% of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus patients may be found to have retina impairment … Continue reading

Feeding and Nourishment for the Elderly

Elders, especially those who have specific dietary requirements, need to gain proper nourishment to stay healthy. People who are under home healthcare in Texas can ask their providers to prepare nutritious food based on their diet and health conditions. They can be low-fat, heart-friendly, diabetic meals, and so on. Health service providers can promote the … Continue reading

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