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.
Any care that requires physical contact requires a caregiver with more expertise and training. If your loved one needs help with bathing, dressing, using the toilet, shaving, and other in-home care category. These caregivers can usually help with errand-running, light housekeeping, meal preparation, and companionship, too. You can expect to pay $15-$40/hour, or $120-$300/day for live-in help.
After you’re treated for stroke, you may be screened for atrial fibrillation (AFib)—a heart rhythm disorder that, untreated, causes an estimated 15 percent of strokes. Because an irregular heartbeat may not appear for weeks, your Cone Health doctors may recommend placing an implantable loop recorder—a small device that can monitor your heart for up to three years, giving us a better chance of uncovering your AFib and helping you prevent subsequent strokes. Cone Health is a leader and early adapter of this technology for stroke prevention.
With one simple call, we can direct consumers to a wide range of services available in the North Shore and Cape Ann area. If you need more information, or wish to make a referral, or refer yourself for assistance, contact us. SeniorCare and its programs are funded, in whole or in part, by contract or grants with the Massachusetts Executive Office of Elder Affairs, the Older Americans Act, local funds, foundations, and private contributions, which may be tax deductible.
Dispatch: The second step in the chain of survival is ‘dispatch’, which involves activating emergency medical services. In most cases, this involves calling 911. Medical dispatch should be thoroughly trained to identify a possible stroke patient so that the appropriate level of EMS services can be dispatched to the patient. Simply stated, the faster EMS can be dispatched, the quicker lifesaving treatment can be delivered.
Needs differ at different times in our lives. Sometimes all we need is a little extra help to be able to remain at home. An accident, surgery or an illness may cause us to require assistance with recovery. Whether your need is intermittent or continuous our team is available an hour a day to 24 hour care. Around The Clock Care wants to help you age in place in the comforts of your own home.
When someone is having symptoms of a stroke – slurred speech, sudden leg or arm weakness, facial drooping, loss of balance or visual changes – getting them to the hospital quickly can mean the difference between recovery and permanent disability. One of the best treatments for ischemic stroke is treatment with the clot-busting drug, intravenous tissue plasminogen activator, or IV tPA. If given in the first three hours after the start of stroke symptoms, IV tPA has been shown to significantly reduce the effects of stroke and lessen the chance of permanent disability. UofL Hospital Stroke Center staff strive to deliver IV tPA to appropriate patients within 45 minutes to one hour from the time they arrive at the hospital.
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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.
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This assistant is like Siri for Samsung. It has a cool feature that lets you identify landmarks and other visuals by taking a photo. You can also translate foreign languages using Bixby, or point your camera at something you want to buy and it will give you pricing options. It will recommend businesses and restaurants, or create reminders and manage your schedule. Bixby is available on all Samsung devices, like the Galaxy S8.
AIVC offers speech-based support in this Android app. Use your own voice, despite any regional accent you may have, to create tasks, write texts or emails, set alarms, dial phone numbers, and more. Control home devices like lights, thermostat, or fans, as long as devices are accessible via an HTTP-Interface. This free version does include ads. Alice is available on Google Play.
I go to an assigned clients house. I begin the day by making breakfast and starting laundry, after breakfast I wash the dishes. I usually sit with the client for awhile after that set up medicine and remind them to take it then ask what the plan for the day is. Go to grocery or run errands for the client if needed, I hang up laundry , vacuum, clean bathroom and take out trash. Every client has different needs. My days aren't the same all the time.