How to Help a Loved One with Reduced Mobility


Mobility is independence. Losing the ability to move about on your own is the equivalent to losing a portion of our independence. Those who find themselves with decreasing mobility not only battle with the physical effects of their condition, but the emotional effects of their condition as well. As their loved ones, we find ourselves in an important position of helping them meet their day-to-day needs as well as working with them to overcome the emotional stress of having to reinvent the way they interact with their day.

Tackling this monumental task can, at first, be daunting. Without prior training or experience, many people go about providing in-home care service to their loved ones by reading bits and pieces on the internet or talking to a doctor. But, when it comes to finding ways to make their home more enjoyable with their new limitations, has a few helpful hints…

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