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Etiquette Guide: Interacting with the Mentally Disabled

When you are meeting a person with disabilities for the first time, you may find yourself at a loss on how to correctly interact with them. At our rest home in Worcester, Massachusetts, we understand how this can be a challenging experience for some people. We have been assisting clients with different forms of disabilities, … Continue reading

Diet Tips for Loved Ones with Developmental Disability

The food we eat is reflected on our health beliefs and other physical conditions. For this reason, when we are eating healthy foods, it reflects on how healthy and fit our bodies are. This is also the same principle applied to our mental health. Furthermore, if we have loved ones with developmental disabilities, we need … Continue reading

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Tips for Caring for Loved Ones with Mental Disability

When we have loved ones with mental disabilities, caring for them up to their aging years can be a crucial step to ensure their overall wellbeing. Regardless of your loved one’s age, you know that caring for them will require for you to get some help every once in a while. These are instances that … Continue reading

Brain Foods That Improve a Senior’s Mental Health

When we approach the aging years, our nutritional needs may adjust according to our present physical and mental conditions. Our senior loved ones require not only healthy meals, but foods that are also essential in strengthening their memory, cognition, and focus. In our rest home in Worcester, Massachusetts, providing your loved one with healthy meals … Continue reading

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4 Benefits Your Elderly Parent Gets from Exercise

Physical activity may seem like a challenge to your senior loved ones. But, in all honesty, it’s actually something that can improve their health in the long run. They key is to start with an exercise that is supportive of their current health condition like the ones Donna Kay Rest Home have employed in our … Continue reading

Communicate Better with a Loved One Who Has Alzheimer’s

Can you recall if when was the last time that you were able to hold an actual conversation with your elderly parent or grandparent? You probably miss talking to them, don’t you? If you find that their condition has been impeding communication between both of you, don’t lose hope just yet. There are certain strategies … Continue reading

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