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[Guild] Preventing Obesity in Children With ADHD

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Posted on 2020-02-13 02:27:11 | Show thread starter's posts only

The Key Elements One key element to this kind Brain C-13 Review of care is for the assisted living or retirement communities providing a combination of medical, physical and cognitive supports with an intense focus on personnel connections and individual needs. Even though there are still written care plans for each person and negotiated service agreements, the staff knows each individual very well and can attend to their personal needs everyday because the staff has such a small group of people to take care of. 

One such example, stated in Provider Magazine, explained how in a typical medical setting when a diagnosed Dementia or Alzheimer's patient is not eating, food supplements and ultimately a feeding tube are commonly utilized. In this care setting, the certified nurse who sat with the residents every day for meals noticed that other female staff seated at the table were not eating. She figured out, that, due to protocol of a male residents youth, the man was waiting for all of the women to be served before he would begin his meal. 

From then on, staff were encouraged to eat with the residents and the man's weight loss instantly improved. Weight loss is often associated with Dementia and Alzheimer's disease as a clinical symptom, but with a caring staff and small group to look after, thankfully this was rectified without the need of supplements or feeding tubes.