Here Are Some Ways to Keep Remembering Things
As seniors grow older, they start to notice some changes in their ability to remember things. Maybe, you went to the kitchen, but can’t remember why you went there. Maybe, you can’t recall the name of the person you’ve known forever.
“The fact is the fleeting memory problems seniors experience with age reflects the normal changes in the structure and function of the brain,” said Operations Manager Robert Bicanic of the Northbrook-based Senior Helpers office serving the north and northwest suburbs. “Although these changes can be frustrating, there are various strategies seniors can use to protect and sharpen their minds.”
Here are some strategies you may want to try:
Senior Helpers can help you if you are unsure of the type of health you need. It will assess the situation to help you determine what is best for you. Care can be provided for a few hours a day, all day or on a 24-hour basis.
Senior Helpers can provide light housekeeping, meal preparaton, laundry, help the person bathe, drive to medical appointments and or just be a companion and listen to the client.
Senior Helpers In-Home Caregivers is the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America Affiliate Office. For more information call: 847-564-7500, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us.