Category: Educational Videos

How to Transfer Your Patient From Bed to Wheelchair

How to Transfer Your Patient From Bed to Wheelchair

This video shows the recommended way to help someone move from a bed to a wheelchair with your assistance. Produced by the Canadian Virtual Hospice.                Share this article…more>>

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Assisting Your Patient With Mouth Care

Assisting Your Patient With Mouth Care

This video shows the recommended way to provide mouth care for your patient. Produced by the Canadian Virtual Hospice.             Share this article…more>>

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How to Help Someone With Vision Loss

How to Help Someone With Vision Loss

If you are assisting someone who has vision loss, we at Vaishnavas CARE hope this video below will assist you with your caregiver tasks.               Share this article…more>>

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Just breathe – breathing exercises for caregivers

Just breathe – breathing exercises for caregivers

This simple and quick deep breathing exercise for caregivers is something you can integrate into your daily routine to help you relax and focus your attention. Deep breathing exercises like the one explained in this video, can help release endorphins, remove toxins from our vital organs, and reduce stress. (www.elizz.com)   Share this article…more>>

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Helping Someone Who is Having a Panic Attack

Helping Someone Who is Having a Panic Attack

Watching someone have a panic attack can be a very distressing experience, especially when you’re not sure what’s happening. If the person you’re caring for is prone to panic attacks, it’s important that you know how to recognize when one is coming on and what you should do in response. In this video, we’ll gomore>>

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What to Say, What Not to Say (When Someone is Grieving).

What to Say, What Not to Say (When Someone is Grieving).

  Please watch this NEW VIDEO with Susan Whitmore, Founder of griefHaven (www.griefHaven.org).  Susan explains some helpful comments (as well as comments that are not so helpful) that are often said to someone who has suffered a great loss in life through a death.       Share this article…more>>

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Understanding the Normal Aging Process

Understanding the Normal Aging Process

Do you know what the normal signs of aging are and what aren’t? Understanding the difference empowers you to help the person you care for get the right help if they need it. Please watch this helpful short video below…   Share this article…more>>

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How to Test Someone’s Blood Sugar Levels

How to Test Someone’s Blood Sugar Levels

  This is a helpful video showing step-by-step instructions how to test a patient’s blood sugar level. If you are caring for a loved one or friend who is diabetic or requires glucose testing as prescribed by his or her healthcare practitioner, please watch this video. Thank you!   Share this article…more>>

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Six Warning Signs a Stroke is Coming — Summary and Video

Six Warning Signs a Stroke is Coming — Summary and Video

Summary of this seven minute video: – Many people who suffer from a stroke receive treatment, physical therapy, and occupational therapy, and will eventually recover to some degree. Unfortunately, some patients will not recover, depending on the severity of the stroke. Some will eventually pass away after suffering from a stroke. Patients must tolerate years ofmore>>

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What Is a Living Will?

What Is a Living Will?

A living will is the name given to a document in which you can put in writing the treatment you would like to receive if circumstances ever arise in which you can’t communicate, perhaps because of a stroke or coma. In your living will, you can express a desire for extensive and heroic treatment to keep youmore>>

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