15.09.2020

Practical advice for carers

A few important tips that will help in providing everyday care:

 

Organize the surrounding space

Hygiene of the bedridden person

Remember that the skin condition of your loved one mainly depends on the care you provide. Look after their skin with careful hygiene and the use of skin care products designed for that purpose. This will save the bedridden person a lot of suffering and help you avoid extra work.

Time planning and Everyday Care

Communication

Looking after an ill person requires a lot of strength and energy. If you want to be ready to face that challenge, remember that you must look after both the unwell person and yourself. Find more information on this subject in the Look after yourself section.

Children and Teen Disabilities

Children and Teen Disabilities

Having a disabled loved one can be a very difficult experience, especially if the disabled person is a child or teen. Parents don’t often expect a child will suffer from a disability or impairment and are often confused about what direction to take.

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Healthy emotions

Healthy emotions

Taking care of a loved one who needs long-term treatment can be a lot on one person’s shoulders. This may expose you to many different emotions.

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