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Personal Concierge

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I Visit U

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Here at I Visit U we just love people! Especially our Elderly!

We love being of service to the Bendigo community and to visitors in our region.

It is our desire that each post personally benefits members of our community in some way.


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Why I specialise in Visiting Elderly Family

Posted on 3 August, 2017 at 8:10

Welcome to my very first blog!

I have an older than me, dear friend back in my home town who I think of often and chat too far less than I should:-|

I was really saddened by a comment she made to me one day. Putting it in my own words, she basically said, "I sit looking at the phone waiting for my son to call." Her son is busy with a young family and also providing for his child from a previous relationship. He works long and hard. He loves his mum dea...

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Nursing Home Neglect

Posted on 3 August, 2017 at 8:10

I fondly recall my visits to an elderly friend in a nursing home.  I know from my regular visits, my friend had a definite advantage over residents who rarely had a visitor.  The staff knew I would be around and that I would be onto them if I noticed anything of concern.

The following article shows the importance of having eyes and ear open to possible Elder abuse and neglect. It is quite lengthy, and a difficult read but information that we all need to be aware of, especially...

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An Old Lady's Poem

Posted on 3 August, 2017 at 8:00

I have come across this verse so many times.

In honour of the unknown author, and for the sake of our elderly community, we believe it deserves a place on our site. 


See Me

What do you see, nurses, what do you see?

Are you thinking, when you look at me —

A crabby old woman, not very wise,

Uncertain of habit, with far-away eyes,

Who dribbles her food and makes no reply,

When you say in a loud voice — R...

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