UPDATED SEPTEMBER 2023 Originally published 18/08/16 as '11 Tips for Writing Professional Progress Notes', this popular post has been updated to include additional information on writing progress notes in an electronic client information management system. So...
An elderly mother sits quietly in a lounge chair, slightly hunched over, a cardigan hiding bruises on her arms caused by the rough handling of her daughter – her carer. An old man sits in the dark, hungry. His power is cut off because he can't afford to pay his...
Those of us who work in the aged care sector often use a lot of acronyms. Sometimes we describe the care and support we provide to clients by referencing a program, such as saying someone is receiving CHSP support or they're on a Home Care Package, but we often don't...
I can’t remember who said that famous quote…”time waits for no man (or woman)”, but I’m sure many of you out there have heard it and probably know its origin. I don’t think there are too many people on this planet who don’t feel the seemingly innate ‘tick’...
Have you noticed the rapid shift that many seniors have had to make into using new technology over the past two months? I look to my own mother as an example. At 83 she has embraced the changes, some with more enthusiasm than others I have to admit, but still, as...
At this time of COVID-19 and home isolation, care staff are probably finding family carers more stressed than usual. Increased levels of support are needed for them to provide care for the Person Living with Dementia (PLWD) at home. This is especially true for family...
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