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Cancer Care and Emergency Weather Conditions: Tips for San Mateo Seniors

Cancer Care and Emergency Weather Conditions: Tips for San Mateo Seniors

With all the fires, hurricanes and earthquakes happening around the country, it’s a good time to make sure your San Mateo loved ones have the supplies needed and all possible preparations taken care of in case of an emergency weather or disaster situation. And for vulnerable members of society, like seniors receiving cancer care, this is especially important. Below are some tips for working with your senior’s caregiver to make sure all is in readiness…just in case.

Cancer care tips for Burlingame seniors

Cancer care support for your Burlingame senior

Undergoing chemotherapy can be a very daunting task. If you or your Burlingame loved one is a senior, it can be even more scary. Thankfully, you don’t have to face the trauma of cancer alone. NuevaCare’s Burlingame cancer care caregivers can help provide the vital support and encouragement you and your senior need.

Chemotherapy takes a very real physical toll on the ones receiving treatment. Nausea and depression will likely be side effects your senior will face. Below are some ways cancer care aides can help.

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Cancer Questions your San Mateo Caregiver may ask

When diagnosed with any disease, the first response is often fear, followed by a plethora of questions. Cancer questions for a doctor or potential caregiver are very helpful in easing that fear and providing a sense of "control" or understanding of the situation during a difficult time. While you undoubtably have many cancer questions for a caregiver, the caregiver will likely have some important questions to ask you. A big part of cancer care is understanding the specific need(s) surrounding the patient that is being cared for. Below are some types of questions you may hear in an interview. [caption id="attachment_6141" align="alignright" width="300"] Pauley. Stock photo. Posed by model.[/caption] Cancer Questions from your Caregiver What type of cancer has your loved one been diagnosed with? This...