Caring For Older People

What are support groups?
A group of people who are able to share similar experiences giving comfort, encouragment and advice.
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Explain how support groups can help elderly service users with the disorders.
Talk about their experiences and the symptoms they spotted. This could help others spot the signs earlier. See that their not the only one going through it. Meet new people to socialise with. Get help and advice.
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Give 4 examples of complementary therapies that might be used to help elderly service users cope with their disorders.
Aromatherapy, music therapy, mediation and art therapy.
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What is a stairlift?
Helps someone up and down the stairs.
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How can railings around the house be useful?
Guide
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Card 2

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Explain how support groups can help elderly service users with the disorders.

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Talk about their experiences and the symptoms they spotted. This could help others spot the signs earlier. See that their not the only one going through it. Meet new people to socialise with. Get help and advice.

Card 3

Front

Give 4 examples of complementary therapies that might be used to help elderly service users cope with their disorders.

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

What is a stairlift?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

How can railings around the house be useful?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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