There are many advantages in electing to have at-home care for seniors rather than hospice, convalescent, or other off site options. With that, come many opportunities to improve and protect the seniors’ living situation. The FCA (Family Caregiver Alliance) offers online resources with links to workshops, webinars, and educational classes to assist caregivers with strategies for providing better care for seniors and dealing with issues in their unique profession.
Here are eight ways to make changes at home that are beneficial for seniors as they continue to age:
A mindful caregiver can help in many different ways, including ensuring that the environment is safe for the aging resident. Taking these extra steps can reduce falls and injuries for our loved ones in their home.
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