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Alzheimer's disease 5 A's: anomia, apraxia, agnosia, amnesia, aphasia. 25 Psychiatric Nursing Mnemonics and Tricks

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Nursing Health Assessment Mnemonics & Tips

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Easy Sun Catchers with Coloring Pages


The Wound Care Education Institute has a wonderful outline of wound care product selection advice under Wound Dressing Categories,

Geriatrics. I thank these patients for making me see things differently.

How to Care for a Person With Alzheimer's Disease. "Do not ask me to remember, don't try to make me understand. Let me rest and know you're with me, kiss my cheek and hold my hand." How to Care for a Person With Alzheimer's Disease.

Paint Chip Color Matching Game...great idea for nursing home activity; visual immediate memory; left side neglect

A bunch of things to know about dementia Paint Chip Color Matching Game.great idea for adults with memory loss due to Alzheimers or other dementia.

They may forget your name but will never forget how you made them feel...I hope this still applies to patients with dementia!

❤️ helping Patients heal and feel better! Thank you, Lord, Blessed Mother Mary, and your angels for being with me every step of the way.growing up and "knowing" since I was nursing school, and all of these years later.

Sometimes it can be difficult to motivate residents in nursing homes to attend and participate in scheduled activities. It is important that you identify any barriers - whether perceived or real - that might be preventing residents from getting involved.

How to motivate residents in long term care

It is important to help motivate our loved ones as they grow older. Here are some ways you can help, even if they are in a long term care facility.

Pressure Sores

***The Dirty Secret About Pressure Sores: An Infographic *** "Bed sores are a common condition facing patients in nursing homes and hospitals. With proper care these conditions should be easily preventable.