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The Nursing Home Page is written with compassion and love in my heart. The foundation of each of the pieces is of my personal experiences and observations.
No professional advice of any kind is given. I strongly urge anyone considering a nursing home for a loved one, to seek professional advices from every professional possible.
My role is that of someone who has experienced nursing home ways and using my words through a forum of a Binary Log.
Thank you, and God Bless you.
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- activity at the Nursing Home
- addictions and liars
- Adult Protective Services
- Area Agency on Aging
- compasssion in the presence of self abuse
- Department of Human Services
- facts versus fantasy
- frustration after aggravation
- heartbreak looming near
- Nursing home
- Read aloud
- Short Stories and Novels
- Tragedy and heartbreak in his last days. A daughter's hatred.
- unresolved issues
- Violence and Abuse
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were tragic, heart wrenching and darn near heart-breaking. His wife of thirty years transitioned on the seventh. She was seventy-three, he was eighty-five. The NEXT day his wife’s daughter had her remains cremated. Two days later she picked up the … Continue reading
There comes a time in most Nursing Home situations, when a room must be shared. For some people it is an opportunity to meet a new friend and have some company. The later times of life are often the lonely times, as … Continue reading
One of the most pleasant experiences at the Nursing home is the Read Aloud. The blessing of writers of Short Stories and Novels read aloud to a group at the nursing home can not be overstated. Fun and laughter abounds. … Continue reading
Of every professional, or care giver involved with your Love One. Do not complicate this simple instruction. On a card that can be kept as available as your Driver’s License, or your Insurance Card, have the names and numbers at … Continue reading
Days became weeks became months. Five days a week, a Dearheart would say to the Physical Therapist, “Oh not today dear. I just can’t do it., maybe tomorrow”. It was as if the patient wanted to stay in the nursing … Continue reading
The Un-resolved The issues, the things of old, especially events of childhood not as yet come to terms with, the misunderstandings, perhaps the favoritism shown to others. There are many issues in a relationship not dealt with, one on … Continue reading