It’s role reversal day. You may have thought this day would never come, but you know that it has. Unfortunately you discover those weekly visits or even daily phone calls are not enough anymore. Your parent needs real hands on care. You now have to make important decisions, not only for yourself but for your aging parent as well. You need to decide what will be best for both you you, without changing life too dramatically. In many cases you are not alone in life; you have a family and/or career to think about as well. How do you keep up and try to please others around you?
For one example, rolling a Pinkie ball against a wall – behind the shoulder area. How will know the right spot? You will feel a tenderness by applying some gentle pressure to the area. You can give yourself a very effective massage this way, for about twenty to thirty seconds.
Fold your baby’s diaper below the stump so it’s exposed to the air and not to urine. Avoid tub baths until the stump falls off. In warm weather it’s best to dress a newborn in just a diaper and loose T-shirt to let air circulate and aid the drying process. Avoid bodysuit-style undershirts until the stump falls off.
Instead, they opt for more affordable elderly home care that can enhance their natural beauty such as make up and proper skin care. The skin is the outer layer on the body that must face a variety of elements.
1) Be sure the terms of this policy is just right for you. Every insurer seems to have its peculiarities as far as features and policies in long term care insurance is concerned. Policies will differ in the types of services they support.
Buck up fellow Baby Boomers! New challenges are emerging! Are we going to be ready? Or not? Two elderly care-giving cases I know well. My grandmother lived with us for 20 years as I was growing up. Next door to me is a Boomer couple taking care of her 93 year-old dad. In both these cases, these aged persons have been fortunate to enjoy good health into their 80’s and 90’s.
If you love to walk, golf, play tennis or racquet ball, or any other recreational sport, learn how to stretch properly afterwards to avoid the muscle tension of the following day. Stretching the hip area muscles, the hamstring, or back of the thigh muscles, and the two sections of calf muscles. It feels so good!