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Caregiver Tips

Help Strengthen the Immune System

 

Bruce Maples      Sales & Community Outreach Coordinator

Contributed by: Bruce Maples, Sales & Community Outreach Coordinator               

 

The human immune system is constantly fighting to protect the bodies of the seniors in our community. We do our best at Liberty Ridge to keep that system in shape and help it do its job.

 

A good diet and needed hydration are important. So, we make tasty, nutritious foods and plenty of liquids available. Then we encourage our residents to eat and drink for need and enjoyment.

 

Studies have shown that regular physical activity can support the aging immune system. This can be a challenge with Covid-19 restrictions. However, we have found that putting on some music can get people moving on their feet or in a chair, and we fit in campus walks when it is safe to do so.

 

Keeping stress levels down is a must. Relaxing music can help with that. Most important is staying connected with one’s family and friends. So, we do our best to organize personal visits (when permitted). Also, we assist in arranging video and telephone calls and encourage those in our community to stay connected with family on social media sites such as Facebook.

 

Caregiver Tip December 2020 – Improving the Holiday Mood, When Needed

 

Caregiver Tip November 2020 – Avoiding Heartburn During the Holidays

 

Caregiver Tip October 2020 – Daily Mental Workouts Keeps Minds Sharper

 

Caregiver Tip September 2020 – Help Grandparents Enjoy & Shine

 

Caregiver Tip August 2020 – Sleeping Well To Keep The Immune System Strong

 

Caregiver Tip July 2020 – Turn Chores Into Helpful Activities

 

Caregiver Tip June 2020 – Two-Way Conversations Build Self-Esteem

 

Caregiver Tip May 2020 – Animals Willingly Share The Care

 

Caregiver Tip April 2020 – Wash Your Hands Properly & Often

 

Caregiver Tip March 2020 – Add (& Sneak) More Nutrition Into The Diet

 

 Caregiver Tip February 2020 – Encourage Exercise To Strengthen The Heart

 

Caregiver Tip January 2020 – Help To Keep Them Involved With Hobbies

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