Resources: Assisting with Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

Welcome to our resource page focused on assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs) for seniors and the elderly.
Our goal is to help caregivers navigate some common, but often challenging, tasks in a sensitive and effective manner, ensuring the comfort and dignity of their loved one.
We cover essential topics, such as assisting with personal hygiene tasks like wiping and showering, maintaining safety and warmth during bathing, finding dedicated live-in caregivers, and exploring innovative ways to encourage compliance with necessary hygiene routines.
We hope these articles provide you with valuable insights and practical strategies to support the well-being of the elderly in your care.

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    How Do You Wipe Someone on a Bedside Commode?

    It is important to ensure that your elderly loved ones are adequately taken care of at all times. So keep reading for helpful tips on how to wipe someone on a bedside commode correctly.

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    Why Do Elderly Stop Bathing? 12 Surprising Reasons (& How to Help)

    While the reasons an elderly person might stop bathing are numerous, most have to do with fear of injury, physical health concerns, or mental health problems. Use this guide to help identify potential causes plus learn some ideas that might help encourage the elderly to bathe.

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    How To Find A Live-In Caregiver For Elderly Parents

    Live-in Caregivers help seniors manage their daily lives while living on-site with them in their home. So, when hiring one, you should vet them properly and make sure your senior loved one is safe. Here is how to find a live-in caregiver for seniors and the elderly