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Posted by Chad Nichols on
As old age catches with your parents, it is common to notice that they need to be cared for. It deprives parents of the ability to undertake essential yet straightforward tasks such as washing clothes and eating. At such a time, parents have a certain level of expectation of being accorded the much-needed care that would facilitate their comfortable living. It is your social and ethical responsibility to provide the necessary environment to ensure that they are given such care. Taking care of your parents personally is, in addition to these, a value that we still need to be honoring...
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- Tags: Assisted Care, Assisted-Living, Deprived body sensory systems, End of life care, Levels of Care, Memory care, Nursing home, Overnight care, Poor personal hygiene, Unkempt environment