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Living Trust Template

Living trust and will are important even when you have a marriage license to prevent any probates from each investment accounts or assets.

Contact Connie Dello Buono for more info on funding your living trust or estate using Fixed Index annuities and life insurance , 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com Life Lic.

Match a caregiver for your home care


Text Connie if you are needing a caregiver in your house or an assisted living facility in the city near you, 408-854-1883 or complete the link form above. Your love one is going to be released from the hospital or nursing home and need a loving care 24/7. We have affordable home care for 24/7 versus hourly. Most caregivers are private pay and agencies accepting long term care insurance. Ask your county health department about In Home Health Support Services with pays around $15 per hour for caregivers and gives your love one a maximum of 200plus hours per month. You pay the difference since caregivers wanted more than $20 per hour in the bay area. Text 408-854-1883 for faster response with date needed and city located.

We will match a caring caregiver, home care agency or assisted living for your home health care needs.

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Hospital readmissions in USA update

Hospital Statistics USA

Reprinted by Motherhealth caregivers in the bayarea for independent living at home for seniors 408-854-1883 , live in is around $400 per day/24-hrs and $28 per hr for 12hr home care, non med, assistance in daily living and more http://www.clubalthea.com Also text Connie for long term care insurance and annuity for retirement income , email motherhealth@gmail.com for great wealth transfer using kaizenplan

From 2016 to 2020, the 30-day all-cause hospital readmission rate remained at 13.9 per 100 index admissions. But the number of readmissions decreased by 10 percent in 2020 compared with 2016-2019.

In 2020, the highest readmission rates by expected payer and age were for hospital stays among patients aged 21-64 years with an expected payer of Medicare and nonmaternal patients aged 45-64 years with an expected payer of Medicaid (21.4 and 19.7 per 100 index admissions, respectively).

In 2020, the readmission rate by race/ethnicity was highest among non-Hispanic Black patients and lowest among non-Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander patients (16.0 vs. 11.7 per 100 index admissions).

By diagnosis, hospital stays for blood diseases had the highest readmission rate in 2020 (23.8 per 100 index admissions), followed by stays for neoplasms (19.0 per 100 index admissions).

In 2020, circulatory system diseases accounted for the largest share of all readmissions by condition (16.8 percent), followed by infectious and parasitic diseases (12.4 percent) and digestive system diseases (11.6 percent).

Caregiver training, preventing back injuries

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Caregiver training, preventing back injuries

Note: Lift the right way by planning ahead and be aware of hazards before you lift. Keep your back straight and maintain good posture.

Follow these tips to avoid compressing the spinal discs or straining your lower back when you are lifting:

  • Keep a wide base of support. Your feet should be shoulder-width apart, with one foot slightly ahead of the other (karate stance).
  • Squat down, bending at the hips and knees only. If needed, put one knee to the floor and your other knee in front of you, bent at a right angle (half kneeling).
  • Keep good posture. Look straight ahead, and keep your back straight, your chest out, and your shoulders back. This helps keep your upper back straight while having a slight arch in your lower back.
  • Slowly lift by straightening your hips and knees (not your back). Keep your back straight, and don’t twist as you lift.
  • Hold the load as close to your body as possible, at the level of your belly button.
  • Use your feet to change direction, taking small steps.
  • Lead with your hips as you change direction. Keep your shoulders in line with your hips as you move.
  • Set down your load carefully, squatting with the knees and hips only.

Keep in mind:

  • Do not attempt to lift by bending forward. Bend your hips and knees to squat down to your load, keep it close to your body, and straighten your legs to lift.
  • Never lift a heavy object above shoulder level.
  • Avoid turning or twisting your body while lifting or holding a heavy object.

Current as of: March 9, 2022

Author: Healthwise Staff

Medical Review:William H. Blahd Jr. MD, FACEP – Emergency Medicine & Brian D. O’Brien MD – Internal Medicine & Adam Husney MD – Family Medicine & Kathleen Romito MD – Family Medicine & Joan Rigg PT, OCS – Physical Therapy

Ask Connie about home care for seniors heal.me/homecare

Ask Connie about home care for seniors by phone 408-854-1883 or online at heal.me/homecare

Tips abound about, home care, senior care, wound care, nutrition, preventing stroke, alzheimer’s care, parkinson’s care and more.

Motherhealth bay area caregivers are trained by Connie to match home care needs of seniors at home and bridge the gap from other care providers adding holistic home health care approaches based on experience . Connie as senior home care concierge for caregiving services in the bay area or online senior concierge coaching for home care for seniors. Connie has posted 1000 plus health related answers at http://www.quora.com and wrote an ebook on nutrition and childbirth, cancer, aging and home care. Her holistic approaches for seniors include guide about constipation, over medication, wound care, sleep, anxiety, preventing emergencies, preventing stroke, nutrition, massage and other home care healing ways.

Many senior arrived in a gurney and now walking after few days with Connie and her caregivers. Many have 2 years of non healing wounds and was helped by Connie and her team.

Caregivers are trained in person by Connie and her team of caregivers. Most cities in bay area area are served for 24/7 home care by Motherhealth caregivers. 408-854-1883

Caregiver helped heal her wound

Many caregivers tell stories how they helped with constipation, sleep and other healing ways with seniors they care at home. In the bay area, a caregiver has to wiggle her finders in the anus opening and massage the lower back to help with constipation. Another would insert a suppository after a breakfast with banana and coffee with ginger powder.

Wound healing is affecting most of the body organs and must include hydration, nutrition, sleep, lower anxiety and wound care. Many hospitals and post acute nursing facilities in the bay area uses Manuka honey in wound care.

Upon arrival at patient house on a Saturday, a caregiver attend to the wound care for the first time. Using what the client has, she sprayed the cleansing liquid for the wound, and used the saline water to do another spray wash. And then used the non adhering mesh with drop of Manuka honey and covered the wound with a stretchable bandage.

She then attended to the wound again on Monday, and lo and behold, the wound closed.

For the whole Saturday and Sunday and Monday, she has prepared healthy home cooked meals and massaged the client with almond oil with eucalyptus oil. She also coaxed the client the sleep early as the client is used to sleeping at 1am, who lives by herself.

Bay area caregivers be listed in this village of caregivers for free

If you want to be listed as a caregiver in the bay area, list your info here and we will not sell your info. The goal is to join forces with bay area caregivers so that we can form a village of caregivers free to choose the clients we want and be available to be matched when a client is needing one. Text Connie if you want to text your name and availability and city or complete the form below:

Financing your home care for Alzheimer care

How can seniors afford in home care with personalized care from bay area caregivers where fees ranges from $28 plus per hour. Some are doing a reverse mortgage of their homes. We are soon partnering up with a financing company to pay for home care. Text Connie 408-854-1883 if you know that your love one, a family member with Alzheimer’s who might soon need a 24/7 home care with caring bay area caregivers at Motherhealth LLC.