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Senior #TeleHealth Care at a Distance

Often the switch to telecare–technology used to help caretakers provide treatment to their patients off-site–is portrayed as either a nightmare scenario or a much needed panacea for all our healthcare woes. This widely researched study probes what happens when technologies are used to provide healthcare at a distance. Drawing on ethnographic studies of both patients and nurses involved in telecare, Jeannette Pols demonstrates that instead of resulting in less intensive care for patients, there is instead a staggering rise in the frequency of contact between nursing staff and their patients. Care at a Distance takes the theoretical framework of telecare and provides hard data about these innovative care practices, while producing an accurate portrayal of the pros and cons of telecare.http://books.google.com/books/previewlib.js

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#Livestrong #MyPlate 2018 App

#LIVESTRONG.COM 2018 #MyPlate Calorie Tracker #App #ConsumerHealth #eHealth #telehealth #consumerhealthadvice #tophealthapps

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Below are credible resources providing additional information for the consumer to complete additional research.  These resources will enable the consumer to make a wise decision about the application.

  1. Garcia, R. (2015a). Utilization, Integration & Evaluation of LIVESTRONG’s MyPlate Telehealth Technology.  DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3444.2082. Available at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/273635099_Utilization_Integration_Evaluation_of_LIVESTRONG’s_MyPlate_Telehealth_Technology
  2. LIVESTRONG.COM. (2018). MyPlate Calorie Tracker Application Official Website. Leaf Group Ltd. Available at https://www.livestrong.com/myplate
  3. Barrett, S., London, W. M., Kroger, M., Hall, H., & Baratz, R. (2013). Consumer health: A guide to intelligent decisions (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Education. Available at https://books.google.com/books?id=mZI0AAAAQBAJ
  4. Garcia, R. (2015b). A Reflective Analysis of LIVESTRONG.COM’s Flagship Tool MyPlate: Telehealth Technology (e-Health & m-Health). Available at https://www.academia.edu/11276418/LIVESTRONG_MyPlate_by_Robelyn_Garcia
  5. iTunes. (2017). MyPlate Calorie Counter App Store Preview. Available at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/myplate-calorie-counter/id502317923
  6. Google Play. (2017). MyPlate Calorie Tracker: LIVESTRONG. Available at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.livestrong.tracker
  7. BlackBerry World. (2012). MyPlate BlackBerry Application. Available at https://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/89754
  8. Senior University Press. (2018). 5 Best Nutrition Health Fitness Apps. Abbreviated from 10 Best Nutrition Apps. Available at https://senioruniversity.wordpress.com

Sit #Healthy with Dr. Ben

Do you know a #senior with restrictions who needs to exercise but prefers not to leave the house? #Telehealth Senior University Chair Class may be your answer!
Senior Chair Aerobics is a low-impact exercise program designed for individuals with limitations, and who have been cleared to exercise by a primary care physician.
Senior Chair Aerobics with Dr. Ben:
✔️Provides modifications for all abilities;
✔️Incorporates, but does not require, the use of resistive bands and dumb bells;
✔️Is total body, self-paced, and personal;
✔️Includes strength, flexibility, and stability training;
✔️Are 30 minute sessions via FaceTime or Skype
👉🏻Schedule your first session for FREE👈🏻
⭐️Daily early morning classes coming soon!
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#seniors #telehealthy #chairaerobics#lowimpact #geriatric #biogerontology#personaltraining #homehealthcare#holistichealth

The Power to Save A Life Is in Your Hands! @SeniorsFitness

The Power to Save A Life Is in Your Hands! Personal Health Service Review: American Red Cross #CPR Training By Robelyn A. Garcia, PhD @RGPhD

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Figure 1: Hands-Only CPR from www.SeniorUniversity.online

I. Experiential Summary: American Red Cross Citizen CPR (Hands-Only) Training.
Lifesaving health service provided by Senior University (SeniorUniversity.us).
A.  American Red Cross Hands-Only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
B.  Easy to Learn
C.  No Mouth to Mouth Contact
D.  Appropriate for All Ages to Perform
E.  Created as a Safe Training Alternative to Adult & Pediatric CPR Certification

II. Review
A.  If you see a teen, adult or senior citizen suddenly collapse, hands-only CPR is the
preferred form of CPR. This will increase the likelihood of saving the life of a person
experiencing a breathing or cardiac emergency that occurs outside of a medical or
healthcare facility. Before giving Citizen CPR take the following three “C” steps:
1. CHECK – Check to make sure the scene is safe, tap the person on the shoulder
and ask if they are okay, then look for signs of normal rhythmic breathing.
2. CALL – If the victim does not respond when asked if they are okay or if they
are not breathing, call 911. You may also ask a bystander to call 911.
3. CARE – If the person is unresponsive, begin hands-only CPR compressions.

III. Consumer Advice
A.  It is of utmost importance to check and confirm your American Red Cross Instructor
certifications. In the digital age of e-health and m-health this can be done very easily
at www.RedCross.org/confirm or by calling 1-800- RED-CROS.
B.  Senior University American Red Cross Instructor IDs include but are not limited to:
0XX0V5, GVV7LO, 0ZB2UD, 0Z25FM; GMDR0O.

IV. Results of Senior University Personal Health Training in Citizen CPR
A. Become American Red Cross Trained in Hands Only Citizen CPR in 3 easy steps:
1. Watch The American Red Cross CHECK CALL CARE VIDEO
2. Watch The American Red Cross Hands-Only Citizen CPR VIDEO
3. Receive your Citizen CPR Certificate

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V. Call to Action
An important aspect of health promotion is taking reasonable safety precautions;
prudent safety measures must include preparing all household members to deal with medical emergencies in one’s home or community (Barrett, 2013; Senior University, 2018). I highly recommend that adults learn Citizen CPR. Further, if you work in a healthcare, academic, or athletic setting I would also recommend becoming certified in Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED.

VI. References
1. American Red Cross Certification Confirmation. www.RedCross.org/confirm
2. Barrett, S., London, W. M., Kroger, M., Hall, H., & Baratz, R. (2013). Consumer
health: A guide to intelligent decisions (9th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Education.
3. Senior University Online. (2018). http://www.SeniorUniversity.online
4. Senior University. (2018). http://www.SeniorUniversity.us
5. Senior University Vimeo. (2018). https://vimeo.com/SeniorUniversity/ARC
6. Senior University CPR. (2018). https://vimeo.com/SeniorUniversity/CitizenCPR
7. Senior University Adult, Child, Infant, and Pediatric CPR Instructional Video. (2018).
https://vimeo.com/SeniorUniversity/CPR
8. Senior University Adult, Child, Infant, and Pediatric AED Instructional Video. (2018).
https://vimeo.com/SeniorUniversity/AED

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