Aging in place for seniors means being able to live wherever they choose to and still get the best quality of life in every aspect of their lives for as long as they can. Studies from so many surveys have shown that a lot of seniors desire to stay and live in their own homes for the rest of their lives.
Aging in place requires a lot of planning and as every senior prepares for these changes, it is highly important for them to consider the changes that will happen to them and the impacts this changes will have on their lives.
Seniors experience both Physical and mental changes which include :
- Loss of Vision
- Loss of Hearing
- Loss of Calcium (also known as Osteoporosis )
- Increased risk of illnesses such as Diabetes, Heart disease, Hypertension and arthritis
- Poor Nutrition
We will be discussing more on how these changes occur and affect seniors. Also, looking at the various tips and approach every caregiver needs to know about to make life easier and more meaningful for every senior that comes their way.