Elder Care in Loudonville OH
You’ve noticed your parent becoming increasingly forgetful. Perhaps they lose the thread of conversations, become easily frustrated, or seem disoriented in familiar places. It can be difficult determining the difference between the normal processes of aging and the beginning stage of mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
MCI is the stage between expected cognitive decline from aging and the onset of dementia. Not all those individuals diagnosed with MCI go on to receive the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s or one of ...
Caregiver in Bellville OH
While many people realize the importance of taking care of their teeth and gums, they do not realize the correlation that tooth decay and gum disease have with other diseases. As people age, this connection only becomes more prominent. As a family caregiver, it’s important to know the consequence of poor dental hygiene and stress the importance of good dental hygiene to your loved one.
Poor Dental Health and Diabetes
Uncontrolled blood glucose levels increases the risk for both gingivitis ...
Home Care in Wooster OH
Sometimes your loved one's behaviors when she's not driving can actually help you to determine when it's time to talk about hanging up her car keys.
She's Having Trouble with Spatial Abilities
If your loved one is having a difficult time judging and gauging space and distance, driving is likely a huge issue for her. Knowing where the edges and corners of the car are is essential to being able to drive properly. Pay attention to how your loved ...
Senior Care in Ashland OH
Each year the risk of fire increases around the holiday season. Faulty decorations, outdated heating systems, and unsafe choices can put your aging loved one at serious risk of experiencing a fire. As a family caregiver it is important that you focus energy and attention on reducing this risk. Helping them to understand these risks and make the right decisions can help to protect them from property loss, injuries, and even death.
Top fire safety tips for your ...
Elderly Care in Galion OH
Cancer is that “c” word that no one likes to hear, but is a reality for millions of people throughout the United States. If you are the primary caregiver for an elder with this disease, you are probably feeling a number of emotions. From angry to guilty to resentful, staying calm while watching a family member suffer from cancer is no easy feat. But as scared and furious as you may be, your elderly parent is probably ...