Senior Simplicity Smart touch Hearing Aids

Simplicity...the name says it all. Simplicity...the name says it all. Start enjoying the pleasure of everyday sounds of life again quickly and easily! Imagine hearing and participating in conversation with confidence in restaurants, in meetings, or at shopping malls. Hear everyday sounds like the doorbell, birds in the yard, or a young child's voice once again. The Simplicity Smart Touch hearing aid increases high-frequency sounds which people typically lose first. Giving you what you need and not giving you low-frequencies that you probably don't need. Simplicity Hearing Aids, Smart touch, Hearing, Aids If you are new to hearing devices, our

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Understanding Incontinence

Understanding Incontinence

Incontinence is the loss of bladder or bowel control.  Regardless if this is a normal or difficult issue to discuss, it is often part of aging. Incontinence signs can be smooth, for instance, a discontinuous slight loss of pee. On the other hand symptoms can be a complete loss of control of both bladder and entrails. A large number individuals' symptoms fall some spot in the center.  If you are looking for Incontinence Supplies including Incontinence Pants click here. Understanding Incontinence Types of Incontinence Stress incontinence happens when weight or tension is put on the bladder from sneezing, chuckling, hacking or genuinely

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Buying Guide and Assembly of Commodes

Buying Guide and Assembly of Commodes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjq871eabys Shop Senior.com Commodes A commode is a special portable chair which incorporates the features of a regular toilet. It has a snap-on lid to fully accommodate the buttocks, legs for overall support and a comfortable backrest. In the next section, you will look into some of the most recent advancements in the engineering and development of commode products and tips on choosing one which is right for you. Features of a typical commode - A typical commode has legs, backrest, and snap on seat with lid to secure content and armrest for comfort. -

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Selection and Assembly of a Rollator

Selection & Assembly of a Rollator

Selection and Assembly of a Rollator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lMv7hzXmVY Selection & Assembly of Rollator Walkers (Also called: 4 Wheel or 4WW) Rollators (also called 4 wheel walkers) are just that - walkers for elderly with four wheels, brakes, a seat and a basket/bag. They work well both indoors and outdoors - especially models with large wheels that easily roll over uneven ground and carpet. Selection & Assembly of a Rollator Who Should Use a Rollator? Elderly who need a walker for balance but do not need to put much weight onto it. It is also beneficial for seniors who need a seat to

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Applying Adult Briefs in the Lying Down Position

Applying Adult Briefs in the Lying Down Position Instructional video & list of steps for caregivers applying adult briefs to a patient in the lying down position. Application Demonstration:  How to apply an adult brief in the lying down position. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRuNupusIPc A Proper cleaning techniques will maintain skin integrity and prevent infections, just as prompt and proper disposal of soiled diapers will keep patient environment clean and odor free. List of Necessary Items Sturdy Plastic Basin/Bowl/Bucket to be filled with warm water Toilet Paper Soft Wash Cloths/Disposable Wipes (See washcloths and wipes.) Soft Towel for drying Mild Soap/Hypoallergenic Body Wash

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Selecting a Walker

Selecting a Walker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfDkmIv1aTk Selecting a Front Wheel Walker (Also called: Two Wheel or 2WW) Front wheel or two wheel walkers for elderly are much like standard walkers but with wheels on the front and often have skids/skis on the rear legs. This allows it to more easily slide on the ground. Similar to a folding walker, they can usually fold in half to store in the trunk of a car, etc. Who Should Use a Front Wheel Walker? Elderly who need to place some weight onto the walker (but not all). It is also light weight, easy to transport

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Composite Bath Bench and Transfer Bench Guide

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFcGAfLIezQ   Bathtub Transfer Benches A transfer bench allows you to sit down on the bath seat while both of your legs are still positioned outside of the tub. Once safely seated, you simply need to lift one leg at a time over the bathtub wall and scoot your bottom sideways across the bench top until you arrive in the center of the tub. PROS: No installation required. Eliminates the need to “step” over the bathtub wall. CONS: If your bathroom is small and you use a walker or wheelchair, keep in mind that the bench legs residing on the

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BathBench with Back Instruction

BathBench with Back Instruction   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JOOroTKp70 The benefit of a bath bench or bath chair is you have the option to back up and sit down on the side of the bath chair’s seat while both of your legs are still positioned outside the bathtub. From a safe seated position, you can then lift one leg at a time over the bathtub wall and turn your hips to face the shower head. Or, if your balance skills are sufficient to do so, alternatively you can “step” over the bathtub wall and then sit down on the bath seat. PROS All

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Buying the Right Cane

Buying the Right Cane https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YoePVpwOao What kind of cane should I choose? Your caregiver will help you choose the right cane for your needs. Canes are made from wood, plastic, or metal. A cane can be adjusted to fit your height. The bottom of the cane usually has a nonskid rubber tip to prevent it from slipping. The following are common kinds of canes: Standard canes have a rounded crook handle. Use a cane with a wooden or plastic handle instead of metal. A metal handle may slip from your hand. In cold weather, the metal handle may get too

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