Fall risk prevention in Elderly adults
Elderly people have an increased risk of developing serious limiting complications and disabilities following a fall. Read the below blog to know the various preventive measures.
Dementia is not a disease but an overall syndrome of losing memory and thinking skills of the person and leads to reduction of person’s own ability and capacity to do his/her day to day activities. To take care of such person is quite challenging in physical and emotional level, as the behavioral pattern of such persons keep changing without their own knowledge. Dementia can affect the person’s behavior in varied ways where they might hallucinate, get into depression, can become anxious, agitated, might wander or lose their inhibitions. All these states look so depressing for the ones who taking care of them but they can be overcome with certain strategies adopted as suggested in the next section
Caring for Dementia Patients can be done through the following steps:
Overall a Dementia patient needs to be taken care of with utmost patience, love and happiness to be in a good condition.