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Caring for an aging or disabled family member or friend is a challenging undertaking, especially if you are trying to balance the needs of keeping your day job and taking care of other family members.

The good news is that being a caregiver is not something you must do alone. You should expect to provide excellent care to your loved one with the help of a network of medical providers and equipment providers. Working with these resources, you succeed in your important role of caregiver.

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There are chances of a person losing the ability to move around either due to some accident or old age. In either case, an external support is necessary to help them move from one place to the other without being dependent on any other person. For a long time now, walkers have been of great help to such people. However, with the passage of time, walkers have undergone a transformation and have now evolved to provide ease of mobility and enhanced support.

A rollator is nothing but a rolling walker that has improved features. These wheeled walkers can be folded easily and transported from one place to the other. They are also provided with features like a basket to serve as a storage unit, hand brakes and a seat as well if the person intends to take rest for some time.

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Heel pressure sores are one type of foot ulcer that occurs when the weight of the bone in the heel presses against the skin causing it to deteriorate, form a blister, and eventually open into a sore. They are most common in patients that are sedentary, such as those that are in wheelchairs or bedridden for extended period of time. To prevent heel sores, the pressure of the bone on the heel needs to be relieved. Fortunately several treatments for heel sores are available including:

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Lift chairs

5/10/2013 8:52 AM

Patients suffering from such diseases as ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis), arthritis or obesity can improve the quality of their lives by using a lift chair. These chairs look like regular comfortable reclining chairs, but they have the added advantage of elevating to a level that will suit someone who’s mobility is restricted. Lift chairs allow people to get in and out of the chair comfortably.

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