Long Term Care Nursing Homes

CANADA See: Long Term Care Nursing Home

ALBERTA See: Alberta Long Term Care

BRITISH COLUMBIA See: B.C.Nursing Homes (Residential Care)

MANITOBA See: Manitoba Long Term Care Nursing Homes

NEW BRUNSWICK See: New Brunswick Long Term Care Nursing Homes

NEWFOUNDLAND LABRADOR See: Long Term Care Nursing Homes

NORTHWEST TERRITORIES See: Long Term Care Nursing Homes

NOVA SCOTIA See: Long Term Care

NUNAVUT See: Health Centres

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND See:

ONTARIO See: Ontario Long Term Care Nursing Homes

QUEBEC See: Health Services

SASKATCHEWAN See: Residents Health Services

YUKON See: Care Facilities

Cellphone Please

Plenty of residents are unable to get in touch regularly with their loved ones and friends. Enter the cellphone. Simple cellphones are much cheaper these days and those outside LTC homes often have them (something we note regularly, seeing most visitors with cellphones).

So get a cheap used cellphone. With a cellphone and text messages one can drop a message to someone outside easily. Even to a group all at once with just one button press  and the typing just needs one finger.

Skin Colour and other stuff

That current skin colour itself is only skin deep is an old but apparently true saying. Skin colour itself of a race is probably not fixed forever but is affected over centuries by the strength of the rays from the sun, that too seems to be fact.

Historians tell us that humans originated in Africa and we are told now (surprise, surprise) that early humans in Britain had dark brown skin, not the light coloured skin of today! See: Brit 10,000 years ago

Also, as we know, there is a slight variation in facial characteristics of differing human races on earth though for almost the whole of our build we are all alike with two ears etc. etc.

 

Robots in LTC Nursing Homes – 1

A robot of any shape or size working on an assembly line in a factory is a difficult but by no means impossible appliance to construct and many are successfully built. With due precautions to protect the humans working alongside them.

Training humans to work safely alongside robots is no easy task as well as proper programming for the robots themselves.

Next then to robots serving humans and specifically humans resident in long term care nursing homes. To perform such duties successfully robots have to perform allotted duties whilst not harming either residents or staff. Moreover and unlike a robot on an assembly line such robots must satisfactorily perform  multiple services.

When I think, if at all, of human employees doing various jobs I think of them as very simple. NO NO NO not simple for well instructed robots simple though for human employees (no wonder their union demands adequacy)

Very brave then for some German technicians who have taken on the task.

See: Service Bots