Senior Helper

Provide cognitive stimulation to clients to help them to continue to make good decisions.

Practice problem solving skills. Helping a person to identify what isn’t working allows the chance to implement effective solutions. For example, if a person isn’t showering or bathing as frequently as they should, getting to the root of the problem is key. Perhaps the reason they aren’t showering is because the floor of the tub is very slippery and they are afraid of falling and suffering broken bones. Once the root of the problem has been identified, actions can be taken to address the situation. In this case, installing grab bars and a shower seat or bench.

Provide positive social interactions. Positive interactions with others boosts self esteem and morale. Sharing stories and ideas is a basic need for people. Our caregivers enjoy having conservations with your loved ones.

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