The Effects of Dehydration in Care Homes and Why it’s so Common…
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Keeping your residents safe
Are you involved with hydration in the care sector? Do you see poor practices in place, compromising individuals' wellbeing and leading to unnecessary illnesses?
Aquarate joined UK Care Week's Digital and Tech-enabled Care Summit to showcase our Hydracare Technology and highlight the importance of proper hydration to keep residents safe and explain how we can help care staff reduce manual monitoring time.
Play the video below to watch our recording. If you'd like to discuss Hydracare Technology further and see how your residents and staff could benefit, get in touch!
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Good Nutrition and Hydration during Covid-19
The risk of older adults developing Malnutrition is arguably higher in the current climate. Malnutrition is a serious condition that can increase a person’s risk of infection as well as slow down their recovery.
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The importance of hydration
Good hydration is one of the most important aspects of the diet – drinking enough liquids to keep the fluid levels in the body topped up helps to ensure that all bodily functions are able to take place as normal.
You can’t survive without water. It makes up nearly two-thirds of your body and is essential for you to function properly. Water has a wide range of benefits for your body.
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