Caring for a loved one who is advancing in age comes with challenges, but if they are also living with a disability, it can be very taxing. You want them to be comfortable and cared for.
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There are steps you can take to make sure your senior is better prepared to avoid falls. Even a few small improvements can mean keeping their mobility and their independence.
We tend to start slowing down our activities once the fall arrives. It’s a bit cooler outside and our thoughts turn to more indoor things to do. But it doesn’t mean we should stop completely.
As we get older, our bones can become more fragile and brittle. We aren’t as active as we once were and we don’t always eat the same things. This is a contributing factor to falls.
When our roles in the family dynamic change and we become the caregivers, there are bound to be mistakes. But here are a few tips to make the transition easier.
One of the biggest causes of injury for our seniors is slipping and falling. A great way to help prevent falls is proper footwear.