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Caregiver Training Videos

The Case for Hepatitis C Screening in Baby Boomers

Hepatitis C is the most common blood borne infection.This common yet often undiagnosed virus can lead to liver failure and cancer if not detected early.

Preventing Urinary Tract Infections

How can you prevent urinary tract infections in the elderly? This is an important topic for caregivers to understand, as it can be more common than you woud think. 

Living Independently - A Healthy Choice

When it comes to independent living for the eldery, there are a lot of things to consider. How old is too old? How much should health factor into this decison? Learn more in this great video below! 

Diagnosis Parkinson's Disease: You are Not Alone (Subtitles in Spanish)*

This free educational resource provides comfort and encouragement for people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. The 25-minute free Parkinsons information video includes testimonials from people with Parkinson's on how they learned to cope...

Women’s Urinary Health Concerns

Ladies, does coughing, sneezing, laughing or simple lifting cause you to suddenly leak urine? Are you always running to the bathroom and worried that you might not make it in time? Bladder weakness, also known as urinary incontinence, affects millions of...

What Men Need To Know

In this tips for aging video, urologist Dr. David Talley leads a discussion about men's health issues including prostate cancer, enlarged prostate, and erectile dysfunction. Dr. Talley explains that these are three of the most common issues that can have...

What is a Foley Catheter? How do I care for a Foley Catheter?

There is often confusion and questions surrounding the use of a Foley catheter. In this presentation, urologist David Talley, MD, demonstrates the types, use, and care of a Foley catheter, alleviating fears and anxieties and making caregivers and...

Understanding Bladder Infections (UTIs) in Post Menopausal Women

Bladder infections after menopause are common five years after menopause or after taking estrogen supplements. This video walks users through the causes of bladder infections or UTIs in women after menopause and discusses treatments and solutions. 

Transfer Trauma

Seniors who become sick or injured often are admitted to emergency rooms or hospitals. While these places provide excellent medical care, they often introduce a new risk to patients in the form of transfer trauma, increased infections, bedsores, and...

The Harsh Realities of Diabetes and the Elderly

Diabetes in the elderly affects much more than blood glucose levels. In elderly patients, the disease can accelerate other common conditions among seniors and markedly complicate the management of those conditions. This video explains how the care of...

Hydration/Dehydration - To drink or NOT to drink? That is NOT the question!

Presenter: Maria L. Wellisch, R.N., LNFA

Fluid intake is important for people of all ages and dehydration in the elderly is especially crucial issue. When older adults become dehydrated, they may experience muscle cramps, disorientation, confusion and...

Surviving Norovirus - Not Just a Cruise Ship Issue

With 21 million cases identified each year, it is understandable to have concerns about the norovirus in seniors. Noroviris is often associated with outbreaks on cruise ships, but the most commonly reported settings of the virus are actually healthcare...

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