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This blog was inspired by the recent encounters I had with my caregivers. Many of them feel like they are alone. I want you to know you are NOT. For this blog post, I decided to do something I do not usually do – I want to share other stories, by links, in the media that chronicle the caregivers plight. Please click the links below to discover the Huffing Post write ups on care-giving in the United States.
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As a nurse, I have the opportunity to heal the mind, body and soul of patients. Maya Angelou said it best that “patients may forget your name, but they will never forget how you made them feel”. I firmly believe Maya Angelou’s statement. So, what is holistic health? In nursing, holistic is a specialty area of practice for nurses. But I believe every nurse should be a holistic nurse as to treat patients as a whole person and not a diagnosis. The word holistic is derived from the Greek “holos,” which means “whole, entire, or complete”. When we look at something holistically, we are viewing the “whole” entity made up of interconnected parts, rather than independent parts.
Holistic Nursing is defined as “all nursing practice that has healing the whole person as its goal” (American Holistic Nurses’ Association, 1998). Florence Nightingale, who is considered to be the founder of Holistic Nursi…
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Welcome to Spring 2018! Today’s blog post is in
regards to scams. I felt the need to write this blog about scams, because with
the warmer weather, sometimes the people doing these scams present themselves
because they want money to do activities in the warmer weather. I am an
advocate for protecting seniors from scams. To protect seniors from
scams, the most important key is being aware. Aware that they exist. Aware
enough to be suspicious. Another key is to stay involved, many times scammers
target neighborhoods, so if your neighbor tells you about some interesting opportunity
that magically appeared then you will have the heads up before the scammer gets
to you. Furthermore, always say to the possible scammer: “I never buy from (or
give to) anyone who calls or visits me unannounced. Send me something in
writing.” In addition, invest in a shredder, shred all items with your person…