Posted by Ronald J. Fichera Sep 01, 2022
With age, it is common for seniors to experience reduced mobility, lower stamina, and some level of cognitive impairment. Additionally, seniors who live alone, away from family can also experience stress and difficulties managing ADLs. In this article by Ronald J. Fichera Law Firm, we explore various ways you can pitch in to help seniors in your community.
Managing a home independently is no easy task, but here are a few ways you can make the process easier:
Here are a few ways you can help seniors manage their healthcare requirements:
But given that you're not family, it's important to not take a lead on this decision. Advise them to speak with their loved ones and make an informed choice.
As reported by Bankrate, seniors are a high-risk group for being targeted by thieves and scammers. Here are two ways you can help to keep them safe:
Undertaking these steps – including assessing and assisting with home-based, health-based and safety-based needs – will have a major positive impact on the health, and wellbeing of seniors in your community
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