Category: Tips for carers
Christmas is a time for being together with family and friends. While this year’s celebrations might look a little different, there are ways to enjoy the festive season safely. We asked some experts, including Dr Kirsty Short, a specialist in infectious diseases at the University of Queensland and occupational health practitioner Anita Patturajan, for their tips on staying safe this Christmas.
By modifying some of your traditions in simple ways you can create a beautiful Christmas experience for your loved one, friends and family.
Recent COVID-19 restrictions and technological advancements are changing the way many people consult their G.P. Thanks to telehealth, you now don’t have to see your doctor in person if you don’t want to. Your appointment can be conducted over the phone or online.
Life is anything but normal at the moment. At KinCare, we’re here to help you maintain your routines as much as possible, while continuing to live safely and independently in your own home.
While nothing beats a face-to-face to visit, there are lots of other ways you can stay connected with elderly family and friends and continue to support their health and wellbeing.
Breaking it to your loved one that they may need some extra help around the home can be very tough, but if the conversation is done right, the outcome can be a bright future at home for them and peace of mind for the rest of the family. Here are some helpful tips to show you how to have the conversation.
It’s often during the festive season – when we spend much more time with our family and friends – that it becomes clear an ageing loved one might need a little extra support.
Looking after a spouse or family member can be testing sometimes which is why it’s important to take care of yourself. We have created some tips to help support you in your daily routine.
We’ve compiled 5 tips to help make visiting family and friends who are living with dementia relaxed and stress free.
Reclaim your nights with our sleep tips so you are well rested when caring for someone with dementia.