It can be difficult to observe the effects of Alzheimer’s disease on our loved ones, and provide them the care they need as they deal with the disease. Here is a brief overview of how to provide care when looking after someone with this particular health issue. Communicating with someone who has Alzheimer’s disease Communicating can be difficult for people suffering with Alzheimer’s as they may struggle with paying attention, lose their train of thought, have trouble finding the right words to express what they want to say, and have difficulty understanding people. There are strategies that caregivers can employ…> Read More
Parkinson’s disease is a neurological disorder primarily affecting one’s motor skills. Parkinson’s causes one to become shaky, rigid, slow, and generally makes it difficult for the person to move. Because of these effects, routine tasks often become difficult. However, no two cases of Parkinson’s are the same, and cases evolve differently over time. People may have vastly different needs depending on how the disease affects them and the stage of Parkinson’s they’re experiencing. When your loved one is first diagnosed with Parkinson’s, your focus should be on providing them with emotional support. You should make it clear that you are…> Read More
By remaining stimulated and engaged, Alzheimer’s patients can retain their independence and basic skills for longer. Games and activities are great ways for your loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s to maintain an active mind and accomplish this goal. Activities are also enriching in that they are fun and enjoyable. Here are 4 kinds of activities that your loved one with Alzheimer’s can do: Games and Puzzles Games such as crosswords, word searches, board games, chess, checkers, and puzzles are great for maintaining an active mind and are a lot of fun. Also consider handheld electronic games, as these may be…> Read More
As we age, certain everyday activities become difficult. We may not be able to perform easy tasks such as cooking, cleaning and even bathing. Safety also becomes a concern as we get older. Besides forgetting to take our daily cocktail of medications, we may have trouble getting out of bed, or we could slip and fall and become severely injured. If you or your loved one needs everyday assistance, you have many care options available. Do you hire a home care worker or do you opt for a residency in a long term care centre? Pros of using home care:…> Read More
If you’re entering your golden age, it may be hard to navigate your everyday life. Your mind may be sharp as a tack, but mobility loss is natural and happens to the best of us. Will you remember to take your pills? What if you fall down the stairs? Luckily, help is available in the form of home care services. The Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) is available to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents as long as they make their primary residence in Ontario. You may have and older, red and white version of the OHIP card (without a…> Read More
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