Therapeutic Options Training helps reduce violence and the use of restraint in health care, behavioral health care, habilitation, and education settings. It provides caregivers and other individuals with tools to keep people safe during high tension situations without the risk of escalation or danger.
Category: Home Care
Many people who are aging, chronically ill, recovering from surgery, or disabled receive home care, especially if their care needs are not extensive. For older adults, this is often referred to as “aging in place.”
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At Sunrise, we understand what you’re going through and want to make compassionate dementia care as easy as possible. Below, we’ve gathered a list of community care resources to help adults living with dementia and their families throughout Western Washington.
There are a few different ways you can determine which agency will work best for you. Here are some tips to help you choose the right home care agency to meet your loved one’s needs.
Nearly 70% of U.S. adults who reach age 65 will eventually need long-term care. However, many of these seniors do not need the full level of care offered in nursing homes, have limited finances, seek more privacy than is available in traditional senior care spaces, or simply do not feel ready to leave their homes.
If any of those concerns ring true to you, you may want to consider these nursing home alternatives. There are ways for seniors in any situation to receive compassionate, individualized care in a living situation that suits them.