Six Ways Family Caregivers Can Include Exercise in Their Daily Routine; Do You Know if Your Aging Loved One Is Safe at Home?
The August edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter is now available! Below are descriptions of two articles you can find in the edition:
Family caregivers cite plenty of reasons that they never quite get around to exercising. Time, money, energy … all may be in short supply for these people who are providing care for elderly or disabled relatives. Yet exercise is a great way to improve your all-around health and, in the process, make you a better caregiver! Read “Exercise? But I’m a Family Caregiver!” to find tips and motivation.
When older relatives wish to remain in their own homes, family may be unsure whether these family members will continue to be safe and healthy in that environment. This may be a hard topic to discuss, but ignoring it can lead to a decline in the senior’s well-being. Read “Is Living at Home a Safe Choice for Your Loved One?” for a checklist to help open the conversation.
Find more information, advice and support for adult caregiving in the just-released edition of the Caring Right at Home e-newsletter!