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What Happens When Caregivers Get Quarantined OUT of Facilities

The quarantine has forced everyone to rethink procedures. In this Cura Cares Minute, Moises shares the story of how barring caregivers from their seniors shouldn't be a part of pandemic protocol.

This is another story reminding us how important it is for each senior to have someone advocating for them. To be an effective advocate, remember...

1. Even when everyone's trying their best, seniors need someone with their best interests AS PRIORITY.

2. Health and safety depend on FOCUSED attention to personal needs, not streamlined systems.

3. When things get difficult for everyone, remembering to enhance QUALITY OF LIFE can help things stay brighter for those who need encouragement most of all.

If you'd like to share your story or learn more about how Cura for Care can help you or your family deal with aging at home or memory loss and live healthy, happy, and active at home, contact Moises at mpaz@pps-cura or 615-522-5265.

Don't forget to pass this on to your friends! It's a great way to share the care. Thanks for watching!

DISCLAIMER: These stories and tips are aimed at enhancing the quality of life for families and individuals living with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, recovering from hospitalization or simply aging at home. Some information may not be advisable for your specific situation, so please consult with your doctor or care team professionals who know your situation best.


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