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❤️Green & Safe Household Cleaning


I have been using green and alternative cleaning products for several years now to keep my boys and myself healthy and migraine free.

Here is a list of the products I use to keep my house clean and fresh!

ECOS Laundry detergent from Costco

Heinz White Vinegar from Costco

Seventh Generation Wood Cleaner from Target

Honest Products mentioned in video can be attained here:

~Multi Surface Cleaner
~Dish Soap in White Grapefruit
~Toilet Bowl Cleaner
~Bathroom Cleaner
~Stain Remover
~Foaming Handsoap in Mandarine

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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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