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  1. ... of not forming an attachment to any specific caregiver when very young. ... infant or child may be neglected when the: Caregiver is intellectually disabled Caregiver lacks parenting skills Parents ...
  2. ... hurt or doing harm to others, including their caregivers. They are used as a last resort. There ... Other ways to restrain a patient include: A caregiver holding a patient in a way that restricts ...
  3. ... child is anxious when separated from the primary caregiver (usually the mother). ... following: Excessive distress when separated from the primary caregiver Nightmares Reluctance to go to school or other ...
  4. ... keep your bathroom safe to use . Family and caregivers may need to help with: Exercises to keep ... learn what makes it worse. You or your caregiver can learn exercises to keep your muscles lose. ...
  5. ... no way to stop it. Family members and caregivers can only help make sure you are safe ... needed. When a seizure starts, family members or caregivers should try to keep you from falling. They ...
  6. ... often possible with the support of loved ones, caregivers, and a hospice program. You may need to ... feeling like you're being smothered. Family or caregivers can help by: Encouraging the person to sit ...
  7. ... a list of local facilities. You or your caregiver can find and compare the nursing homes and ... sites that can help: Family Care Navigator - www.caregiver.org/family-care-navigator Eldercare Locator - eldercare.acl. ...
  8. In most cases, an angry parent or caregiver shakes the baby to punish or quiet the child. Such shaking most often takes place when the infant is crying inconsolably and the ...
  9. ... people who have aphasia and their family or caregivers to improve their ability to communicate. The most ... a person with aphasia, as well as their caregivers, to have a book with pictures or words ...
  10. You, or your caregiver, need to check your body every day from head to toe. Pay special attention to the areas where pressure ... on a donut-shaped cushions. You or your caregiver should shift your weight in your wheelchair every ...
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