If you are providing care for an older loved one who lives in their own home, chances are good that they want to stay there for as long as possible. Home upkeep may become a challenge, especially if your loved one has mobility issues. Here are some techniques and products that can help your loved one overcome these challenges to maintain their home – and their independence.
Helping Seniors Connect with Others is Easier Than You Think!
There is a wealth of information that caregivers and seniors can access to help stay connected with others. Perhaps, an activity or two on the web might fill up those days where gaps in time can feel forever for loved ones. A few are listed below with a brief description of each.
Avoiding Falls by Keeping Your Brain Fit
As a person gets older, changes occur in all parts of the body, including the brain:
• Certain parts of the brain shrink (such as the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus); both areas are important to learning, memory, planning, and other complex mental activities.