Memory loss impacts how one thinks, feels, and acts, and is often accompanied by challenging behaviors like confusion, wandering, or agitation. Educating yourself about memory loss and developing strategies for coping are important steps towards making you feel more confident in your role as a caregiver.
According to statistics compiled by the CDC, one in four aging adults falls annually, but fewer than half inform their doctor about the accident. For that aging loved one in your life, these fall-prevention tips could be the key to a healthier, more active lifestyle.
Going through the process of surgery of your parent is a painful process. However, this comes with hopes for a healthy recovery. Check out this article for post-surgery care tips for at-home seniors.