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In the past couple of years, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the older adult population. Whether an older person lives in a nursing home, a retirement home, or decides to age in place, the negative effects of the pandemic like social isolation and fear of exposure have made it a challenging time.
"Get inspired by the story of our home care organization Comfort Assisting and find out why we implemented remote care into our daily care routine and how it helped improve communication between our care providers and elderly clients, increase the effectiveness of visits, enhance clients' well-being, and provide customized content to our clients," shares her experience Barbara, CEO of Comfort Assisting.
Digital software offers health care workers various features and options that can transform their nursing, management, and living assistance system. While adding this solution to your care-providing routine and setup might seem complicated or time-intensive, it is well worth the effort. Software can simplify the care-providing process dramatically, making it easier than ever to monitor patients, manage facilities and routines, and offer medical care.
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Physical needs range widely among seniors – some are sprightly and active into their 90s, while others struggle with physical or mental issues as early as 60. As individuals age, it becomes more important to check on their health and support their needs.