You Must Remember “I Cannot Fall.” How to Prevent Falls and Accidents.

How to Prevent Falls
How to Prevent Falls at Home

It’s a new year and an opportunity to be a new you. For 2020, our Director of Nursing wanted to provide advice on how to prevent falls. The most important thing to remember is “to not fall.” As simple as this advice is, it is crucial for many seniors to follow.

A fall can create a serious injury which sometimes lead to fractures or death for seniors. Furthermore, with proper instructions, these falling incidents can be prevented.

Sadly, falls can create complications. When someone is ready to stand up, it’s vital that they utilize their supportive devices like a walking device or a cane. These devices can assist someone to stand or rise to their feet. Once an individual stands on their feet

8 Important Points to Remember When Avoiding Falling

  1. Stand up slowly and when you’re ready
  2. Dangle your feet and check your barrings
  3. Check in with yourself if you are ready to step out of bed
  4. Use a cane or a device if necessary
  5. Check that these devices are close by to you
  6. Don’t go out on rainy or snowy days
  7. Be wary of your walking path to avoid obstacles or obstructions
  8. Remind yourself not to fall

When you get up in the morning, “you cannot fall.” This small phrase can make the difference in the world.

Congratulations to the Elizabeth Certified Home Health Aide of November 2018

Congratulations to the Elizabeth Certified Home Health Aide of November 2018

Congratulations to the Elizabeth Certified Home Health Aide of November 2018

It is our specialty to provide excellent training and care to our customers.  We provide excellent Certified Home Health Aide classes for our students.  Furthermore, our customers are satisfied because they receive high-quality candidates to provide care to their loved ones.  You cannot ask for more.

We wish our November 2018 class the best on their success.  If you are in search of caregivers, contact our team today at 888-288-8826.

Recognize the Signs of Needing a Caregiver

Recognize the Signs of Needing a Caregiver

Recognize the Signs of Needing a Caregiver

First, it is important to know what a caregiver is. A caregiver is an individual who regularly looks after a sick, elderly, or disabled person. Caregivers can be health professionals, family members, friends, social workers, or those from religious affiliations. This care can be given at home, in a hospital or other health care settings. It can be difficult to accept the fact that a loved one, or possibly you, need assistance. It is important to acknowledge the signs to protect you and those you love. Caregivers make life more manageable, enjoyable, and healthy.

Recognize the Signs.

Forgetfulness- A sign you or a loved one needs personal care can be an overall feeling of forgetfulness and confusion. This can create many other issues such as missing medications, doctors’ appointments, forgetting to pay bills, noticing mail pile up, a neglected household, and overlooking general safety concerns. Wandering is one of the most noticeable signs of forgetfulness.

Loneliness and/or Depression- A lack of interest and a feeling of loneliness can be helped by gaining a caregiver. Frustrations, social avoidance, and lack of energy affect lifestyles significantly. Changes in personality can be a sign of depression. Changes in appearance such as weight gain or loss, lack of effort, or any other drastic changes can also be sign.

Medical Issues Arise- Life can be made easier with a caregiver if there is a weekly/daily treatment needed, or if medical equipment is necessary to daily life. Some individuals notice signs of falling more often or bruising easily. New or worsening medical conditions should be monitored. If you or a loved one have weakened mobility, caregivers can be a necessary option for comfortable living.

Find a Caregiver.

There are many options in seeking a caregiver for you or your loved one. The first step is deciding whether home care or a living facility is the best option for your needs. There are many options for all types of care. E&S Home Care Solutions is based in New Jersey and can provide you with a Certified Home Health Aide for personalized in-home care. There are options worldwide depending on where you live and what treatment is needed.

Do You Want to Become a Caregiver?

The healthcare field is growing in demand and many schools provide certifications which only take a few weeks. E&S Academy provides training and employment opportunities after certification completion. You can take the first step to changing a life today.

A Happy Thanksgiving Begins With Family

A Happy Thanksgiving Begins with Family

A Happy Thanksgiving Begins With Family

A Happy Thanksgiving begins with family.  At our agency, we believe that our customers are like family.  For this reason, we provide our thanks to you for the support and gratitude you have bestowed upon us.  A simple thank you goes a long way.

In this time of gratitude, we give thanks for you. We value your patronage and appreciate your confidence in us. Counting you, among our customers, is something for which we are especially grateful.

On behalf of all of us at E & S Home Care Solutions Family, I wish you a very happy Thanksgiving.

Sincerely,

E & S Family