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Personal Hygiene – Caring for Hair

One of a series of 16 videos demonstrating common caregiving tasks to assist caregivers provide safe, quality care. This video shows the recommended way to give medications by mouth. Produced by the Canadian Virtual Hospice with financial assistance provided by The Winnipeg Foundation, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.

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Personal Hygiene – Caring for the Skin

One of a series of 16 videos demonstrating common caregiving tasks to assist caregivers provide safe, quality care. This video shows the recommended way to care for the skin. Produced by the Canadian Virtual Hospice with financial assistance provided by The Winnipeg Foundation, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, and the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.

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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is very much a part of our everyday lives. From the smells of freshly brewed coffee and newly baked bread to the bracing sea air or freshly mown grass, the sense of well being that these aromas evoke can be quite remarkable. If you’ve ever wanted to discover more about Aromatherapy, this programme is definitely for you!
A range of the most popular essential oils are explained and the best ways to use them. There is also a detailed demonstration of Aromatherapy massage in action, with plenty of top tips if you want to try it yourself.

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Tips for Personal Hygiene – Real Life Tips for Kids With Autism

Personal hygiene is often difficult for people with autism spectrum disorder. Learn strategies to help improve these skills from Jill Harris, Ph.D. the coordinator of autism services at Children’s Specialized Hospital and a mother of an adult child on the spectrum.

Children’s Specialized Hospital, the largest pediatric rehabilitation hospital in the country, treats children affected by brain injury, spinal cord injury, premature birth, autism, developmental delays, and life-changing illnesses at twelve sites throughout New Jersey. Services include outpatient therapies, physician specialty services, acute rehabilitation, medical day care and long-term care through its sites in Bayonne, Clifton, Egg Harbor Township, Mountainside, Toms River, Fanwood, Hamilton, New Brunswick, Newark and Roselle Park as well as outreach programs in many communities. Children’s Specialized Hospital is an affiliate member of the Robert Wood Johnson Health System and a proud member of the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation supports the programs and services of the hospital. The Foundation is ranked among the top six pediatric hospital foundations in the country. To help, or find more information: call 888-CHILDRENS; visit www.childrens-specialized.org; Facebook: www.facebook.com/childrensspecialized; Twitter: www.twitter.com/childrensspecnj; YouTube: www.youtube.com/cshnj; LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/children’s-specialized-hospital

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5 Best Supplements For Clear Skin


My skin has become far less reactive the last few years due to some changes I’ve made to my skincare routine and my diet. Taking vitamins and minerals to supplement my diet where I’ve been deficient has helped lower inflammation and hormonal response noticeably. For a long time now, I’ve been seeking more holistic treatments rather than just treating symptoms or damage control. When my skin is reacting, it’s symptomatic of imbalance in my health. This video highlights the 5 supplements I believe have helped not just my physical well-being but have had a big impact on the inflammation in my skin. I will also explain why I avoid popular supplements like Evening Primrose Oil. Again, we are all built differently and this is what has helped me. All these supplements were recommended to me by a Dr. I suggest you get the approval of a medical professional before taking any supplement. Enjoy, my skinthusiast family!

Oh and I do take these vitamins daily but at different times as some require an empty stomach while others are better taken with food.

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Dignity in Care: Personal Hygiene

This film gives us an insight into people’s lives and the way they want to maintain their surroundings and personal hygiene. See SCIE’s dignity in care guide:

Howard prefers a wet shave. It makes him feel good. Howard lives at the Wren Hall Care home and another resident there, Trudi, likes her hair curled and nails painted. Helping people look their best and take pride in their appearance, helps boost their confidence and makes them feel better about themselves. That doesn’t at first seem to have much to do with dignity, but the film makes a case that getting your hair done or being complimented on the way you look, among other things, can play a central role in providing dignity. Often it’s about using creative ways of getting people to accept care and support.

• Good personal hygiene is an important part of maintaining dignity
• Personal care should be supported in the way a person wants it
• Having clean home and environment can help people feel safe and comfortable
• Wellbeing and dignity is promoted through good, person-centred care
It’s important to support people to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance, and their living environment, and to the standards that they want. So, when providing support with personal care, take the individual’s lifestyle choices into consideration; respect their choice of dress and hairstyle, for example. Also, it’s best not to make assumptions about appropriate standards of hygiene for different people and of course, it’s important to take cultural factors into consideration, during needs assessment.

This film is for care staff; managers; GPs; nurses; commissioners; people who use services and their family carers or friends who are carers.

This video was first uploaded in 2015.

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