(a) The taste by eating has been simplified by, but increasing, the emphasis on calorie count and liquid consumption and using syringes.
(b) The smell has been promoted by lavender spray and perfume.
(c) For sight to meet and see friends, family, objects, colour projection and images.
(d) For sound by every contact throughout the day by speaking during sight and surrounded by entertainment including recorded music.
(e) Touch has be been the most important stimulation. Weekly shower with hair wash and gel, physio body massage, facial care and massage with face creams, sponge buds and cotton buds, hands and feet care aided by using pure tea cream, wet baby wipes for face and limbs, hands stress relief by using adapters, head massage.
Added to the concern of awareness The whole day is monitored by communication using the Nest System. This system gives total visual and audio access to constantly see the patient using an smart home network e.g. iPad.
The wheelchair is used to change the environment for the patient each day which is specially physically positioned for her comfort. To promote a surrounding of cleanliness the local council discharge system is used for disposal of cared - by items. Access to emergency by using email, photo image and telephone contact list.
The extra sense is being able to love.
It has been revealed that Love is vital to our existence. And farther from being unfathomable, love is exquisitely logical and functional. Even better, it is malleable, repairable and durable.
So it's important in retaining our desire for love to keep our relationship in-place.
To stimulate the cared-for senses, experience has given the following
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