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Helping A Person To Eat And Drink In The Later Stages Of Dementia

By HelloCare Mail Dec 14 | Source: https://hellocaremail.com.au/helping-person-eat-drink-later-stages-dementia

One of the challenges in advanced dementia is when a person struggles to eat and drink.

It can be difficult for a loved one or a carer to see such a state, and many worry that the person may not be getting adequate nutrition and hydration.

The Lifemere team look forward to hearing from you and wish you the very best.
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The RoseCup is a registered as a Class 1 Medical Device with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration TGA.
(All medical devices marketed in Australia must meet the requirements which are set out in Chapter 4 of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, and in the Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) Regulations 2002.)

Disclaimer: NutriTaste - while stocks last. We need to get the NutriTaste stock going as they have an expiry date, although it is only in a years time. We don't want to sit with expired old stock if we can prevent it.