The injuries that may have been caused by a car accident, sports injury, surgery, or even illness can cause server pain and limited mobility. Getting back to normal may seem like an extremely stressful and long journey but, could be accelerated with rehabilitation therapy.
Whether the transition is for respite care, to a post-acute care setting, back home or to an assisted living or memory care community, it can be crucial to a patient’s health to have a successful outcome.
Mental stimulation is composed of various activities that help reduce but not eliminate the effects of memory loss. Therefore going on group outings and providing mentally stimulating activities for those with memory loss is important to keep your loved ones active and happy.
This article originally appeared on McKnight’s Senior Living.com August 14, 2019 Poll: 82% of pet owners won’t move to senior living without their animals Resident Judvya “Haddie” Chundak gives dog Lilly a kiss while Martin Mehalko holds her close Saturday during the National Spoil Your Pet Day observance at Spring
Fostering a safe, secure and stimulating environment where seniors citizens can roam around freely and independently while remaining completely attentive and safe from harm is a valuable piece to effective senior care.