In the time of social-distancing and medical isolation, certain products can increase connection and interaction with our loved ones without the need to compromise safety.
Smart home technology is often a simple, set-it-and-forget-it solution for families with aging loved ones. These systems allow for your loved one to remain safe and secure in their own homes, even with mobility impairments.
Many loved ones develop physical and visual impairments that make day-to-day living difficult and sometimes even dangerous. Because of this, older adults who choose to age in place may need to make modifications to their homes to live safely and comfortably.
Born from the advances of GPS technology geotrackers are simple, cost-effective, undetectable ways of monitoring your loved one from a distance, allowing them to live as independently as possible while still under the guidance of a watchful eye.
The Pro Health can also serve as a valuable tool during the coronavirus pandemic when many people must remain isolated in their homes.
While COPD presents a unique set of challenges to older adults and their caregivers, it is essential to remember that millions of American families can successfully manage this diagnosis every year with the appropriate combination of treatment and modifications to their daily lives.
Those who are new to caring for a loved one with dementia might take this question at face value, or dismiss it all together. But in reality, questions like these can be metaphors for something else. Their meaning lies beyond the literal.
Memory loss is very common amongst older adults, but not a ‘normal’ part of the aging process. We want to identify memory loss early so it can be treated effectively, and in some cases, reversed.
This season is a challenging to everyone, especially your loved one. We offer many products and solutions to assist you and your parent to keep them safe so they can maintain their connection and care to others in this season.
As elderly loved ones age, changes in cognition are likely to occur. However, these changes are often part of the normal aging process , and it’s important to know the difference between normal and abnormal changes in cognition.