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You’re probably familiar with Siri, or at least the concept of it. Apple introduced this voice-activated feature in 2011, and they’ve been adding features ever since. Siri will answer your questions and give you sports updates. She’ll give you reminders and set alarms or timers while you’re cooking. Send texts and place calls or FaceTime just by using your voice. Siri makes it easy for you to life your life hands-free. It’s available on all Apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePod.
Thailand has observed global patterns of an enlarging elderly class: as fertility control is encouraged and medical advances are made, births shrink and people live longer.[5] The Thai government is noticing and concerned about this trend, but tends to let families care for their elderly members rather than create extraneous policies for them.[31] As of 2011, there are only 25 state-sponsored homes for the elderly, with no more than a few thousand members of each home.[31] Such programs are largely run by volunteers and are services tend to be limited, considering there is not always a guarantee care will be available. Private care is tough to follow, often based on assumptions. Because children are less likely to care for their parents, private caretakers are in demand.[31] Volunteer NGOs are available but in very limited quantities.[31]
Thank you for assisting our son get his life back under control. When he came out of the hospital I didn't know what to do with him. Your personal interest and that of all the staff and residents at Best Personal Care made him welcome and gave him structure and community he didn't have living on his own. Unlike other places our son has been, I have heard practically no complaints from him about the staff, the food or the other residents.

Round the clock care provided a young female home health aide "APPLE". on her first day she appeared very caring and offered to adjust all my sister-in-laws medication. She stated that she was trained in medication, and gave us her phone number to keep us posted. On the third day she was texting myself and my wife all day while we were working. When i returned home i checked the medication as i always do, and noticed that 60 controlled pain medication was missing. When i called her to let her know she was terrified stating that her finger prints were all over every bottle but she didn't take them. When i called to complain they Round the Clock staff were rude and dismissing. I asked to speak to a supervisor they never returned my call. When i called back they just asked if i wanted someone else to come into my home, when i stated no, they became aggressively rude. I will never allow any home health agency into my home. They have ruined the experience for me. Unprofessional, and criminal rating for Round the clock.
If you're seeking your doctor's advice during a scheduled appointment, your doctor will evaluate your risk factors for stroke and heart disease. Your discussion will focus on avoiding these risk factors, such as not smoking or using illegal drugs. Your doctor also will discuss lifestyle strategies or medications to control high blood pressure, cholesterol and other stroke risk factors.
According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services the older population—persons 65 years or older—numbered 39.6 million in 2009.[11] They represented 12.9% of the U.S. population, about one in every eight Americans.[11] By 2030, there will be about 72.1 million older persons, more than twice their number in 2000.[11] People 65-plus years old represented 12.4% of the population in the year 2000, but that is expected to grow to be 19% of the population by 2030.[11] This will mean more demand for elderly care facilities in the coming years. There were more than 36,000 assisted living facilities in the United States in 2009, according to the Assisted Living Federation of America[12] in 2009. More than 1 million senior citizens are served by these assisted living facilities.[12]
A less restrictive alternative to legal incapacity is the use of "advance directives," powers of attorney, trusts, living wills and healthcare directives. The person who has such documents in place should have prepared them with their attorney when that person had capacity. Then, if the time comes that the person lacks capacity to carry out the tasks laid out in the documents, the person they named (their agent) can step in to make decisions on their behalf. The agent has a duty to act as that person would have done so and to act in their best interest.
The Dragon app has a cool new feature that detects when you’re driving and automatically switches to hands-free, eyes-free access. It includes voice notifications that will read back to you things like Facebook status updates, text messages, incoming calls, and upcoming appointments. Users can even use Dragon to update their social media just by speaking the status they’d like to post. Dragon Mobile Assistant is available on Google Play.
Armistead Senior Care provides compassionate in-home care and services as people age in Vermont and New Hampshire.  Established in 1999 and locally owned, Armistead Senior Care supports the independence and quality of life of older adults, people with disabilities and anyone recuperating from an illness. We do this by providing an individualized plan of care, thoughtful caregiver/client matching, and superior care management.
Most stroke survivors receive treatment in a rehabilitation program. Your doctor will recommend the most rigorous therapy program you can handle based on your age, overall health and degree of disability from your stroke. Your doctor will take into consideration your lifestyle, interests and priorities, and the availability of family members or other caregivers.
Products and tools designed to keep your mouth clean or take care of teeth, dentures, gums and the tongue are included in this section. This means everything from electric toothbrushes to denture cleaner and mouthwash are found in this section. Pain relief and treatment for oral health ailments such as canker sores are also found in the Oral Care section of our Personal Care Products department. We include oral hygiene items for both adults and children in this section.
The family is one of the most important providers for the elderly. In fact, the majority of caregivers for the elderly are often members of their own family, most often a daughter or a granddaughter. Family and friends can provide a home (i.e. have elderly relatives live with them), help with money and meet social needs by visiting, taking them out on trips, etc.
Fast recognition and treatment can not only make the difference between life and death, but it can also decrease long-term disabilities. To develop a streamlined response to potential stroke patients, the American Heart Association developed the Stroke Chain of Survival. The chain involves eight links or steps to be taken by patients, family members, prehospital and emergency room personnel in caring for stroke patients.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association strives to ensure that everyone who has heart disease or a stroke receives treatment at a hospital with the resources necessary to correctly make time-critical decisions. This recognition demonstrates Marshall Medical's high commitment to following the procedures outlined in a national program known as “Get With The Guidelines-Stroke," proven to improve patient outcomes. 
While there are certainly programs available for use by the elderly in Thailand, questions of equity have risen since their introduction.[32] The rich elderly in Thailand are much more likely to have access to care resources, while the poor elderly are more likely to actually use their acquired health care, as observed in a study by Bhumisuk Khananurak.[32] However, over 96% of the nation has health insurance with varying degrees of care available.[32]
Computerized tomography (CT) scan. A CT scan uses a series of X-rays to create a detailed image of your brain. A CT scan can show a hemorrhage, tumor, stroke and other conditions. Doctors may inject a dye into your bloodstream to view your blood vessels in your neck and brain in greater detail (computerized tomography angiography). There are different types of CT scans that your doctor may use depending on your situation.
Leaving the home you’ve known is difficult. No matter what any place tells you, nothing will be able to replace the memories you’ve built. At Andrews, we believe that your best, most fulfilling life is ahead of you. Our senior living facilities allow you to spend your golden years in a modern facility that gives you independence when you want it, and help when you need it. Make great memories with friends and families. Finally, this is your time. Enjoy it!
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Frankie Weekley suffered a stroke that could have left her severely debilitated. But prompt access to stroke telemedicine saved Frankie?s life and minimized the effect the stroke had on her health. Frankie Weekley of Titusville, Florida, says she has three heroes: her husband, Parrish Medical Center and Mayo Clinic. Frankie credits all three with saving [...]
Medication reminders, disorientation assistance, and personal care services such as toileting, bathing, and entering and exiting beds and other places of rest are included in our home health care services at all times of the day or night.  If a client wakes suddenly and is completely disoriented, our care aides are trained to calm your loved one and help him or her back to rest. 

We carried out this inspection under Section 60 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 as part of our regulatory functions. This inspection was planned to check whether the provider is meeting the legal requirements and regulations associated with the Health and Social Care Act 2008, to look at the overall quality of the service, and to provide a rating for the service under the Care Act 2014.
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