Peachy Magistrado brings extensive experience in nursing to her role in caring for the elderly. She has a BSc from the University of Northeastern Philippines, as well as a diploma from the Long Term Care Aide Program from the VGB Center for Training and Development Corporation in Quezon City, Philippines. She was a Certified Registered Nurse in the Philippines since 1995 and has more than 20 years of experience in caregiving locally and internationally.
Her greatest passion is helping people who are not able to care for themselves or need assistance through caregiving. She helps the elderly and physically and mentally challenged find the strength they need to regain their independence so they can maintain their dignity and be peaceful and comfortable at home.
She knows that no single approach is the right one for every individual and has been trained in a variety of different nursing specializations, including palliative care, mental health care and dementia care, all of which are vital when caring for the elderly.
The decline in physical and cognitive abilities are natural parts of aging. People who enter their golden years, experience changes that affect their capability to deal with a daily routine. While some people find it easy to adapt and keep pace with the changes brought by the progression of age, others find it difficult.
Our physical, psychological and emotional well-being will become more vulnerable the older we get and this affects our everyday lives. Having an in-home care giver to make sure an elderly loved one is eating right, getting physical exercise or just has someone to talk to and socialize with is crucial to maintaining quality of life right into our senior years.
Peachtacular Home Health Care (PHHC) ensures life at home can still be healthy and meaningful and allows those cared for to keep their independence.
- How to know when a senior loved one needs care support.
- How to choose a care giver.
- Considering home care support for your loved one while you’re at work.
- Making a decision about end of life care.
- Preventing boredom in your golden years.
- How to encourage physical activity for senior loved one.