MOST BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGES FOR SENIORS STEM FROM AGITATION.
These categories of agitation consist of: physically aggressive behaviors, physically nonaggressive behaviors and verbally aggressive behaviors. When these behaviors manifest it creates a great challenge to the family or in home caregiver and are indicators of the emotional state of the senior. As the senior continues to age these behaviors can correlate to a decrease in cognitive function. Many studies have shown significant improveme
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Driving represents independence for seniors, allowing them to feel less isolated and to take advantage of everything a community has to offer. However, driving may not be the best option for everyone. Even though your loved one may be healthy, seniors develop slower reflexes, reaction times and decreased cognitive abilities as they age. If you […]Read More
We all forget things almost every day. We’ve all forgotten items at the grocery store, mislaid our eye glasses and key, forget to call someone back, or have trouble recalling the name of last night’s movie. No big deal, that’s normal age-related memory loss, affectionately known as a “senior moment”.” But there is a point […]Read More