Individual CARE TASKS

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Individual CARE TASKS The Journey Through Caregiving

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Care for Yourself Learn how to legitimately administer to your relative. Hone solid propensities. Get help when you require it. Accomplish something unwinding for yourself. It's imperative to require a little investment to have a ball. Keep in mind that you likely can't control your circumstance, however you can control how you respond to it. Look for signs that you are pushed.

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Good Communication Techniques Listening Be understanding Eye contact Body dialect Keep discussions and words straightforward and clear Use input Do not contend, intrude, seem exhausted or anxious, condemn, give exhortation, debilitate or be guarded

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Safety in the Kitchen Don't cook oil at a high temperature Use potholders when taking care of hot pots and dish Clean up spills quickly Put utensils away where they have a place Move about the kitchen with care Be cautious when working with blades – take as much time as necessary and watch what you are doing Wear fitting garments when cooking – no free pieces of clothing Do not utilize holders that are chipped or broke

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Fever Restlessness Chills Abnormal release Swelling Lack of hunger Redness Pain Change in conduct Signs of Infection

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Four sorts of washes: Complete bed shower Partial bed shower Tub Shower

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Rule for dressing and uncovering the care beneficiary Remember to dependably give protection. Continuously urge the care beneficiary to do however much for self as could reasonably be expected. Continuously put apparel on the "powerless" side of the care beneficiary first. Continuously expel dress from the "solid" side of the care beneficiary first.

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Tips and Techniques for tights It is least demanding to put the leggings on when the care beneficiary is resting. The leggings ought to be evacuated and reapplied no less than like clockwork. Apply the tights as per the maker's guidelines. The tights are normally senior particular in that they are measured to fit one individual. The tights should be washed routinely simply like consistent leggings.

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Check prosthesis or orthotic gadgets regularly for: Loose or worn parts Missing or free screws General condition, particularly the straps as well as Velcro Cleanliness

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During a dinner, take after these rules: Sit down next to the care beneficiary, at a similar level. Bear on a lovely discussion with the care beneficiary. Try not to surge the care beneficiary. Bolster gradually and deliberately Pick up eating utensils by the handles Avoid touching the nourishment in the event that you can A spoon might be more secure to use than a fork.

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After the dinner, take after these rules: Assist the care beneficiary to wash hands and face Assist the care beneficiary with oral cleanliness Assist the care beneficiary to an agreeable position Refrigerate remains and tidy up eating range You will most likely wash dishes right now If the care beneficiary routinely doesn't eat well, you might need to report this to the care beneficiary's doctor.

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Planning a dinner Variety Texture Flavors Color Cost

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To lessen the cost of sustenances that are high in protein: Use poultry when it is less expensive than red meat. Consider cuts of meat that may cost more per pound however give more servings per individual. Figure out how to plan less delicate cuts of meat in dishes or pot broils. Serve egg dishes, for example, omelets. Substitute dried bean and pea dishes for higher cost dinners. Utilize fillers, for example, breadcrumbs or pasta to make a meat dish serve more.

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Common symptoms from solution include: Nausea and heaving Diarrhea Rash or hives Headache Confusion or tumult

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To anticipate skin breakdown: Change the care beneficiary's position no less than at regular intervals. Be cautious when utilizing bedpans. Keep cloths sans wrinkle and dry. Expel any hard protests from the bed. Utilize powder where skin meets up to shape wrinkles. Wash and dry care beneficiary's skin with mellow cleanser to evacuate pee or dung.

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To avert skin breakdown, cont: If the care beneficiary hints at a weight sore, delicately rub around the region with salve like clockwork. Continuously congratulate the skin dry (not rub) in the wake of washing and apply salve to dry territories. Give a back rub when the care beneficiary is repositioned. Utilize pads, and so forth to keep skin from contact with skin. Report any perceptions of skin breakdown or decubitus to the care beneficiary's doctor.

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Follow these rules when lifting, moving, and exchanging care beneficiaries: Stand near the care beneficiary. Make a base of support by putting your feet wide separated. Ensure the region is ok for a move or a lift. Twist at your hips and knees with your back straight. Push up with your leg muscles to a standing position.

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General rules for situating Position and bolster just nonfunctional parts of the body . Any swollen appendage ought to be kept higher than the heart A moved up washcloth makes a magnificent support for the hand.

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Basic tenets for turning and situating Always disclose to the care beneficiary what you are going to do and why. Urge the care beneficiary to help however much as could reasonably be expected. Never forget to bolt the wheels on the bed. At the point when wellbeing rails are not gave on the bed, utilize judgment skills to give security measures amid a strategy, for example, moving the bed against a divider.

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Basic standards for turning and situating, cont. In the event that conceivable, raise the bed to a happy with working tallness before playing out a strategy and lower it when finished. Continuously give protection when playing out a method. Utilize great body mechanics. Keep in mind to secure any surgical tubing. Give the most support to the heaviest parts of the care beneficiary's body. As a rule, this is the storage compartment of the body, shoulders to hips.

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Basic guidelines for turning and situating, cont. For the most support, hold the care beneficiary near you while lifting. Move easily. Try not to yank. Advise your care beneficiary to proceed onward the number of three when he/she can help you. The care beneficiary ought to be fixated on the bed. Ensure the care beneficiary is agreeable before you take off.

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What kind of seat ought to the care beneficiary utilize? Does the seat give great support to the care beneficiary's back? Which seat gives the care beneficiary the most freedom? What sorts of seats are accessible? Which seat is the most secure? Will the care beneficiary sit with the feet laying serenely on the floor?

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Basic security administer for ambulation Always utilize great body mechanics and consider wellbeing. Check your care beneficiary's capacities and what he/she is physically ready to do. Know your own particular quality and request help on the off chance that you require it. Keep in mind the significance of good correspondence. Build up a workable schedule.

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Basic wellbeing standard for ambulation, cont. Understand that numerous techniques can relate specifically to numerous others. Ambulation gadgets are NOT used to help the care beneficiary get up from sitting position. Never straighten out the gadgets or utilize them on someone else. Check the gadgets regularly for wellbeing Use security gadgets where required

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Basic security administer for ambulation, cont. The care beneficiary ought to have shoes on with non-slip soles. The care beneficiary's garments ought to fit well. Ensure the house is free of wet floors, or obstructive furniture or ropes. Take after the physical advisor's arrangement for ambulation.

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When utilizing any cleaning items, recall the accompanying: Always ensure your eyes and skin. Continuously read name directions. Try not to blend cleaning items. Leave cleaners on a surface just for the prescribed time. Change cleaning water when modestly messy. Store all cleaning items securely.

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Keep the bed dry and clean. Change cloths when required. Keep the bed without wrinkle. Keep the bed free of nourishment and morsels. Make the bed to suit your care beneficiary. Tips for bed making

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Three fundamental sorts of beds Closed bed Open bed Occupied bed

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General tenets for bed making Never utilize torn or stuck cloths. Never shake cloths . Never permit materials to touch your attire. Never put grimy material on the floor. At the point when utilizing a level base sheet rather than a fitted sheet, dependably miter the corners. Fan-collapsing the highest point of the bed empowers the care beneficiary to effortlessly get in and out.

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General tenets for bed making, cont. A plastic 'draw sheet' secures the sleeping cushion. Plastic should never touch the care beneficiary's skin. At the point when the care beneficiary is sleeping throughout the day, change the cloth day by day. Continuously utilize great body mechanics.

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Common side effects connected with dementia Gradual memory misfortune Inability to perform routine errands Disorientation in time and space Personality changes Unable to learn new data Judgment is disabled Loss of dialect aptitudes

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