Retirement Homes in Letcher, SD
Letcher Retirement Homes - Prairie Homes Assisted Living Llc
Prairie Homes Assisted Living Llc
1510 East 1st Avenue, Mitchell, SD.
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Assistance with toileting facilities in Letcher retirement homes

Staff at retirement centers are fully aware that going to the bathroom can create problems in old age - from urinals, Foley cathaters, washable incontinence pads, adult diapers and bed pans, they know about them all and understand how this private issue needs to be handled with complete sensitivity. You will never feel embarrassed because they have been given the proper training to manage these matters in a professional way, allowing you to keep your respect and dignity.

Adult day centers in Letcher

Social and relaxed yet professional, the setting of an adult day center in Letcher can be exactly what some seniors need. Designed for older people, these facilities provide help for the elderly in relation to food, medication needs and scheduled programs as well as providing the security of being in a location where their requirements are being dealt with by health care staff. Seniors can spend a few hours at an adult day center or stay there from the start of the day to the end, It offers a pleasant change of scenery and provides their family care givers with the time to relax, carry out a few household duties or head out to work without worrying about their loved one being alone. Projects like craft exercises and light exercise programs keep the seniors busy and allow them to feel part of the community.

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Senior Living Info

Foods that aren't suitable for the elderly

If health issues have never been a concern for you during your lifetime you should be able to to eat almost anything you like in moderation incorporating fats, carbohydrates and proteins. On the other hand if you are dealing with any physical illnesses you should stay aware of what you are fuelling your body with. Opt for low fat cooking liquids like canola oil instead of butter or bypass drinking cans of soda and eating candy.


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