As our parents grow older. Our parents won’t be able to do things like to climb stairs, bathing, changing clothes, Feed themselves painful as thinking about this might be, we need to prepare to help them be comfortable and safe in the last stages of their lives. Here are things to consider.
spend time with them
You can gauge this by spending time with them and seeing what they may have trouble with. Avoid making comments of course, but take stock if they seem to have trouble with food prep, grooming, or light housework.
Give them Constant Care
If you feel that your parents require constant care, attention, and assistance with medical concerns such as changing bandages, taking pills, and remembering to perform routine tasks relating to their condition—such as insulin shots—you may need to consider an assisted living facility, nursing home, or in-home nurse.
Other Elderly Care
Elderly adults requiring in-home care will need assistance with a variety of tasks. Toileting, bathing, grooming, and dressing are a few of the more personal areas requiring attention and dignified care. They could also most likely use help menu planning, grocery shopping, and food prepping meals that meet nutritional requirements for fostering good health.
At the same time, with someone else helping them through routine tasks on a daily basis, you’ll be able to approach outings and visits with your parents in possession of renewed rest and energy. In fact, you’re likely to find that your relationship with them will actually be better than it would be if you attempted to shoulder the responsibility of care yourself.