This is the Duluma Blog where we aim to share encouraging and informative articles in the area of home health care and infusion services.
Let’s be real for a moment. There is nothing normal about the environment of a typical hospital or clinic. It is — for good reason — sterile, cold and, thanks to COVID-19, increasingly impersonal. Even so, in acute moments there is no acceptable alternative. A...
It wasn’t called “social distancing,” but long before Covid-19 began taking its toll, many sectors of the healthcare ecosystem were becoming much less personal in nature. Not so for the nurses. Talk to a nurse today and you’ll hear accounts of doing whatever it...
For at least three-and-a-half decades now, the subject of changes in healthcare has been a hot topic among healthcare stakeholders in the United States. At times these conversations have flirted with the...
One of the greatest concerns for the elderly is the risk of falling. Injuries that result from falls can be life threatening and even fatal at times.
There is a new wave of healthcare sweeping across the country, and that’s in the form of in home infusion services, like those offered through Duluma.
When caring for a loved one with dementia, even the simplest of tasks can be challenging. You must be patient. Getting upset will only worsen the situation.
Many elderly people are victims of ageism. This occurs when people use stereotypes and discriminate against them because of their age.
By having a good understanding of how a person with dementia or Alzheimer’s is affected by their condition, you will be able to better assist them.