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  4.  What is Senior Care? Senior care, also called custodial care, is specialized medical care designed for the older population. Older people population have unique medical needs or demands of health care and elder care is specifically designed to meet those needs in a variety of life phases. Senior care is the broadest umbrella term that covers various services designed to assist the aged in maintaining their dignity, independence, and basic functions. This care provides advice about the most common needs such as for example food, clothing, shelter, and advice about everyday activities such as bathing, dressing, and exercise.
  5.  There are many forms of senior care such as residential, in-home, agency assisted, and professional. Residential elder care is supplied by a facility for the aged, usually an experienced nursing home or other long term care center. Agency assisted elder care is offered by an agency rather than a facility. Professional elder care is supplied by licensed nurses and/or licensed practical nurses who work under the supervision of a registered nurse or perhaps a licensed physical therapist.
  8.  The most common services of senior care provide assistance with daily activities including eating, bathing, getting dressed, and using the restroom. Some agencies offer services that focus on cognitive rehabilitation and therapy. This sort of elder care addresses issues connected with memory, cognitive processing, language, social skills, and physical problems linked to Alzheimer's disease (AD). Included in these are but are not limited by: cognitive behavior therapy, dementia screening, vision rehabilitation, caregiver education, and psychotherapy. These services are designed to maintain the individual's independence, reduce the impact of AD related physical problems, and enhance the quality of life linked to the condition.
  9.  It is important to remember that while the ad is most common in older individuals, it can also affect younger folks of any age. Most people with dementia are younger than 65 years old. AD is not contagious and can't be contracted through contact, although there is the chance of developing it when exposed to certain viruses or through medications. There are some forms of AD that could be controlled, such as with the use of medications; however, there are numerous forms of dementia that cannot be treated or controlled and can only affect the average person until such time they pass away due to natural causes.
  10.  In addition to offering supervised assistance with daily activities, there are also several possibilities for those seniors exceptional loss of freedom or mental impairment associated with chronic health issues. One option offered is 24-hour caregiver assistance. This sort of service is generally reserved for seniors that have issues with mobility and so are unable to complete everyday tasks on their own. Another option for assistance could be in a home stay for individuals suffering from mental illness or dementia. Normally, this is recommended for seniors which could end up having dementia or remain in their homes because of the influence of their illness. Senior Care services also include a number of medical and non-medical aid to help with daily living activities.
  11.  Senior Care encompasses a wide range of assistance that is provided to seniors as a way to help them live as independently as you possibly can, including assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, eating, and medication reminders. Senior Care services usually do not include all the services that are commonly associated with assisted living facilities and instead focus on services specifically to help seniors maintain their dignity, together with their capability to live independently. Senior citizen care offers various programs for seniors and can be found in assisted living facilities or skilled nursing facilities. Most Senior Care homes offer assistance with the daily maintenance, including however, not limited to advice about bathing, dressing, eating, medication reminders, grooming, and transportation. Some Senior Care homes provide adult daycare for the elderly.