Protect Seniors from Fraud
There's no escaping aging and with that comes a variety of issues that could wreak havoc in the lives of older adults. The conditions of aging can prompt seniors to begin exhibiting unusual behavior such as hoarding. So many older adults are alone and that may lead to depression, loneliness and fears at night. Loss of abilities often leaves seniors struggling to maintain their independence such as continuing to driving and live on their own.
If you are looking out for the best interests of a senior loved one, you may be dealing with the many issues of aging that older adults often can't escape. That's why resources and assistance are so important for the families of aging adults.
In this video series, certified senior advisor Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care talks about dealing with senior cognitive issues.
In this video, "Definition and Symptoms," certified senior advisor Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care talks about what types of cognitive problems there are and describes some of their symptoms.
In this video, "Problems and Causes," certified senior advisor Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care talks about problems and causes that can lead to cognitive disfunction or impairment.
In this video, "Coping with Cognitive Problems," certified senior advisor Mary Alexander from Home Instead Senior Care talks about coping mechanisms and how to help a loved one who is suffering from cognitive disfunction or impairment.
What constitutes frailty, and how it can be prevented, or even reversed?
Recognizing the physical and emotional signs of aging doesn't take a lot of time. Learn to ask questions to make sure your loved one stays healthy.
Loss of attention signals & environmental clues may show your senior loved one is suffering the effects of aging.
Many of the fears that aging adults experience relate to the biggest challenges they say they face, and that means staying active.
Keeping an older adult's mind, body & social life active can prevent or reverse frailty. As a caregiver you can help them find activities to help.
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