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You know that the confinement is especially difficult for the senior you are taking care of. However, your loved one is saying little if anything about the situation. How can you start a conversation to encourage them to share how they feel?
As requested by many seniors and caregivers, the progressive deconfinement of seniors was announced Tuesday by the Quebec government. As of May 11, 2020, caregivers will therefore have easier access to their loved ones.
While it’s true that using new technologies is the easiest way to keep in touch and entertain your loved ones, not everyone feels comfortable using them. Here are a few useful links to help you use your tablet like a pro!
Since the beginning of the pandemic, there has been a wealth of information posted on the Web, some of which may have appeared in your newsfeed. These news articles are often disturbing but not always true. But how can you know for sure?
Since the start of the month, Parkinson Québec has been sharing good news to brighten the days of all people directly or indirectly affected by Parkinson’s disease and bring a little joy to the hearts of all those in confinement.
Being confined is hard on morale and this can become especially complicated if you are taking care of a loved one with cognitive losses in your home. In the face of your worry and theirs, how can you manage your stress and prevent tensions?