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Housebound elderly

John Armstrong

Housebound elderly

technical innovations in food service

by John Armstrong

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Published by Dept of Catering Studies, The Polytechnic, Huddersfield in Huddersfield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A report by the Catering Research Unit, Department of Food Science, The University of Leeds.

Statementa report by John Armstrong, Kevin O"Sullivan and Margaret Turner.
ContributionsO"Sullivan, Kevin., Turner, Margaret.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13716366M

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  Older people, and those who are homebound or bed-ridden, sometimes don't get outside enough and don’t get exposed to enough natural light, which can disrupt their sleep-wake cycle. If you are looking for a good, useful gift for an elderly parent or grandparent like that, consider getting them a light therapy lamp, such as the SunTouch lamp from Nature s: 7. homebound members of their congregations are another way to stay connected. Riverdale Neighborhood House Mosholu Ave., / RNH’s Telephone Reassurance Program, staffed by volunteers, links homebound elderly to the community to help ensure their safety and well-being. The Hudson Community ProjectFile Size: KB.


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Homebound seniors can write letters to soldiers stationed all over the world in need of encouragement, or you can participate in an Adopt a Soldier program that pairs soldiers with a volunteer who can send gifts, food items, letters, books, and more.

Designed to meet the needs of elderly, homebound and physically disabled people, the program is open to both children and adults. Materials available include books in standard and large print formats in either hardcover or paperback, and descriptive videos which are feature films with additional descriptive narration for visually impaired users.

Homebound seniors may need to rethink their hobbies. A book lover who can no longer get to the library can subscribe to an online book rental service or host a monthly book club in his home to share his love of literacy while socializing.

The Housebound elderly book who are homebound live in our neighborhoods, having worked in our communities, educated their children in our schools and worshiped with us in our churches. A phone call, a visit, a home-cooked meal or pet care would bring joy and light into the lives of those who are desperately in need of human contact.

Reach your sick and shut-in members every week. As part of your outreach ministry ideas, you can send or deliver to your senior adults or homebound members a personal package from your church with activities and devotionals from will contain two pages printed in large type for easy reading, reminding them of how much they are remembered and loved.

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This book highlights the various ways pastoral care ministers and parish volunteers can reach out to the sick and elderly. There are a wealth of ideas here for extending spiritual, sacramental, and charitable support to parishioners who are homebound, in nursing homes, or in hospitals.

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