As our loved ones age, initiating conversations about their care can be challenging yet crucial. Supported care for aging loved ones is inevitable. Here are some ways we can navigate these difficult conversations.
Sometimes it comes as a shock when we see our parents or grandparents start to age. And we tend to worry about their safety and health. It is hard to tell if they are ok.
So, here are some things to consider when visiting your aging parents or grandparents.
As we age, there are some habits that we have to stop and some actions that have to be done in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Below, we have divided the things most seniors should stop or avoid and some healthy living tips for aging well.
Do any of your loved ones tend to forget things easily? Do you notice how often they could interchange your names or worse really forget who you are? This may be a subtle sign of Dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
Here are 10 things to look for in your aging loved one…