When asked, most seniors would express a strong desire to remain in their own home for as long as physically and emotionally possible. Even when a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other dementia related disease; they are able to keep their independence with the lower cost senior care services of Senior Helpers.
Now that it is finally summer; the sun and our moods are brighter. We are spending more time outdoors now that the chill of winter and unpredictability of spring is gone. With these warmer days and longer time spent outdoors, it is important to always remember to wear sunscreen.
The heat of the summer is here and it is important to remember some vital safety tips for senior loved ones. Our senior loved ones are more prone to heat related illnesses and are more susceptible to dehydration risks.
Summer is a highly traveled time of year for most people. The weather is warmer and attractions are open for visitors. As you may already know, traveling with an aging loved one can be a complicated at times. It is important to keep our aging loved ones actively involved in family outings, including on vacations. Traveling with an aging loved one does not have to be a stressful task. If you plan ahead to keep your senior loved one comfortable and safe, you can enjoy your trip together and help them to remain active in your family life.
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