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  • 1 day ago by EFC Irvine

    EFC Irvine
    輕度失智症 1.遺忘: 常忘了東西放在哪裡。 時常在找東西。 忘記跟別人之間的約會。 忘記別人跟他講過的事情。 比較不能記住最近發生的事情。 弄不清楚現在是幾年幾月幾日。 情緒轉變:情緒起伏比以前大,例如:會因遍尋不著想要的東西而生氣。 2.個性: 變得猶豫不決,對事情難以下決定。 變得多疑、猜忌。 變得膽小、內向。 變得孤僻、暴躁、愛發脾氣。 3.言語表達: 言語表達出現困難,講話不如以前流暢。 想不起來要講什麼或想不起來某件物體的名稱。 4.迷路: 在不常去的地方會迷路。 搭乘大眾運輸工具會下錯站。 5.妄想: 懷疑配偶不忠。 憂心會被家屬遺棄。 被迫害妄想,認為鄰居會傷害他或偷他東西。 視幻覺: 看到房間裡有人,可能是熟識者、已死去家屬或不認識的人。有時會看到昆蟲、蛇等令人感到不愉快的東西。 6.漫遊或躁動: 坐立不安,不停走動。 想要離開家裡到外面去。 7.不恰當行為: 重複動作,例如不斷地把東西收進櫃子又拿出來等。 同樣問題重複問很多遍。 睡眠障礙:日夜顛倒,夜間起來遊走或從事其他活動。 8.行動能力降低: 變得不愛出門。 對之前從事的活動顯得興趣缺缺。 9.飲食問題: 吃過了之後還表示要再吃東西。 飲食方面可能需要別人協助。 10.生活障礙: 對於複雜的生活功能發生障礙,例如錢財管理出錯、烹調能力下降等。 對器物的使用能力下降。例如時常打錯電話等。 判斷力和工作能力逐漸減退。 穿衣及個人衛生問題:在選擇衣服上顯得猶豫不決。 資料來源:臺灣失智症協會網站。
  • 2 days ago by EFC Irvine

    EFC Irvine
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  • 2 days ago by EFC Irvine

    EFC Irvine
    BBQ after the softball game on father's day,
  • 6 days ago by EFC Irvine

    EFC Irvine
    Happy Father’s day! “The older I get, the smarter my father seems to get"-Tim Russert “Any man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad.”- Anne Geddes “When a father gives to his son, both laugh; when a son gives to his father, both cry.”- Jewish Proverb "The best thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother."-John Wooden “Your children need your presence more than your presents.” -Jesse Jackson "A girls first ture love is her father."-Marisol Santiago "My father didn't tell me how to live he lived, and let me watch him do it.-Clarence Kellard
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  • 1 week ago by EFC Irvine

    EFC Irvine
    Father's Day Father's Day has been celebrated for over 100 years. It's also an event celebrated in many countries around the world, although at different times of the year. In North America and the United Kingdom, Father's Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June. Here are some tips to help you celebrate Father's Day in a special way. 1. Help dad to enjoy the day. Perhaps you'll let him sleep-in this morning, or perhaps you won't badger him to be somewhere on time, for a change. Whatever it is, let it be his day. Some nice ways to start it include: Making him breakfast in bed Bringing him the newspaper to read in bed Making his favorite pot of coffee 2. Make it a family event. Father's Day is by nature a family event. Use this opportunity to get everyone in the family together for a fun day. Think about including all the dads in your family, not just your own father. Could your celebration include husbands, would-be future dads, your uncles, and brothers? If so, do it—the more the merrier! And don't forget step-fathers—they're important too. You don't have to remain at home; you could go to the beach, a local park, a favorite spot of dad's! 3. Consider building the celebration around an activity you all can enjoy. Some ideas include: Having a family picnic Enjoying a family barbecue Taking dad to a favorite sporting event Go fishing together Go plane spotting or train spotting together Play golf together. 4. Be creative. When it comes to making gifts for Father's Day, perhaps steer clear of the traditional store-bought gifts of tie and socks. He's probably still got last year's socks stuffed at the back of the drawer. Expensive or typical gifts are not necessary, but the time and effort you put in to create a personalized tribute, will be deeply appreciated. Instead, let your own creative abilities shine and make him something special: Bake a cake Make his favorite dinner Make a gift basket and fill it with homemade candies, cookies, crossword or other puzzles you've created yourself, hand-crafted woodwork objects, etc. If you're artistically inclined, draw or paint a portrait of your dad from a favorite photo or from memory Write a poem Write a song and perform it. 5. Celebrate your shared experiences. Look at old photos of you and your dad doing fun things together. Take a walk down memory lane by creating either a photo album or a photo slideshow. You may be surprised at how many things you both have forgotten about and how much they mean to you. Especially if he doesn't talk much about his life, consider recording his voice or taking notes as you talk about old times or old photographs. Make his words and memories part of the family history. 6. Acknowledge the importance of fatherhood. Being a father is a tough job. Dads are responsible for at least one half of the financial and emotional well-being of the family. A thoughtful card, a letter, or short speech that expresses your love will benefit both you and your dad. Giving dad a heartfelt speech, toast, or card of genuine, loving words at the dinner table, or at some other point when all the family are around (siblings especially), will make this a poignant occasion. Here are some ways to prepare: Make a handmade card Write a letter Write a speech or prepare a toast Have all of your siblings explain why dad matters to them. 7. Make the day joyful. The most important aspect of the day is that you are present and attentive. It does not take material presents to make a dad happy—it takes showing your love, and reassuring your dad that you're proud of him and all he's done for you. For many fathers, the most rewarding part of being a father is feeling that your children love you, and the knowledge that each child is on a path to a successful future, no matter what age, coping well with the problems that life inevitably throws at us all. 8. End his "fun-filled day" by telling your father you love him. Don't forget his hug and kiss!
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  • 2 weeks ago by EFC Irvine

    EFC Irvine
    同工服事哲學Coworker Ministry Philosophy 1. 屬靈的(屬天) VS. 屬世 Spiritual not Secular 2. 聖經指引的 VS. 靠知識、經驗的 Bible-based not Knowledge, Experience-based 3. 以人為中心 VS. 以節目、活動為中心的 People-based, not program-based 4. 助人成熟、發展(越像基督)VS. 淺薄、停滯 、衰老 Growing like Christ not Stagnant 5. 團隊的 VS. 個人的 Team work not individuals 6. 有目標、能結果的,VS. 漫遊、不結果的 Goal-oriented not Aimless
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