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Whether your loved one lives with you or maybe you visit them periodically, we can assist you in providing care for your loved one. As a caregiver, you might find yourself working a full-time job and realizing as your loved one ages, caring for them can also be full-time demand.
If this sounds like you, maybe we can assist you by providing support and equipping you with the necessary strategies and tools to help keep you and your loved one safe in their current living environment.
Whether your loved one is dealing with falls or poor balance, increased pain or if you are noticing your loved one is not getting around like they use to...we can help!!
We have worked with older adults who have previously worked with physical therapists and they were not able to keep up with doing the exercise routine or unfortunately, we hear some individuals have been through physical therapy and the services stopped because "insurance ran out and they were required to stop". Sound familiar?
We have also heard stories regarding our clients going in to see their primary physician and did not have time to discuss their ailments or worse they were told falling is 'normal part of aging' or if they are struggling with pain 'take it easy’ and 'it is arthritis there is not much more that can be done'.
If You’re Currently Assisting Your Loved One Here Are 5 Key Things To Consider In Keeping You and Your Loved One Safe:
Being proactive in the care you provide for your loved one. Staying current with the care they are receiving is very important. This can be challenging, however, knowing if you do not take action most likely no one else will. Great job if you are doing this!
Assisting your loved one in their care. Whether this means providing help with managing mediations, medical treatments or even an exercise program - having a means of providing assistance is essential. Remember these items can be delegated to a care team, however, we recommend you do your due diligence to ensure the care your loved one is receiving is top-notch.
Taking care of yourself as the caregiver - one of the most important things to consider to avoid caregiver 'burnout' or worse leading to you experiencing health issues is taking care of your mind and body as a caregiver
Your loved one has tried receiving treatment from Healthcare Professionals or Physical Therapy in the past - but it did not help or made things worse
You tried searching 'Doctor Google' or 'YouTube' for some 'exercises for older adults' - but they didn’t help or you weren't sure how to perform the exercises with your loved one or worse your loved one didn't respond well to you giving 'orders' to 'do the exercises'
If any of these have happened to you or your loved one - we would love to help you by inviting you to book a call to talk with Physical Therapist. We can discuss and figure out what can be done to help you and your loved one.
Click the link below to apply for a call with us if you would like to get some solid advice given to you over the phone. The phone call is complimentary, and there is no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our goal is to help you make the right decision about what to do next for the best.
“What Can You Do To Take Care Of Yourself As A Caregiver?”...
Well, here are 4 things you can do:
Create a great team around you and ask for help when you need it. Have you ever heard the expression 'it takes a village'? Caring for someone takes a team and being a caregiver can sometimes make you feel you are all alone. This should not be the case.
Keep up with your hobbies and take breaks for yourself every day. This can seem like it is not a priority, however, when you only focus on caregiving sometimes that can be draining. Staying active with the things you enjoy in life along with caring for your loved one can make all the difference.
Spend social time with friends and join a support group. This can be in-person or online, but consider taking time out to stay social.
Get individualized, “hands-on” Physical Therapy - if your having difficulty in caring for your loved one or just want to ensure the way you are assisting your loved one is 'correct' we can assist you. At Prestige Therapy and Wellness, we can help you care for your loved one so, they can remain living the life they deserve as quickly as possible.
If you would like to know how Prestige Therapy and Wellness, can help you assist in caring for your loved one we invite you to start with a completely free, no-obligation, risk-free 20-minute phone call.
So the next question is:
“How Can Choosing to See a Physical Therapist at Prestige Therapy and Wellness Help You Care For Your Loved One - In The Next Few Days?”
Here are just a few of the things Prestige Therapy and Wellness can provide for you:
We can help you find out what’s going on, and get to the root cause of the problem your loved one is experiencing once and for all
We can help you and your loved one get back to enjoying quality time together and appreciate the finer things in life by relieving the stress and strain caregiving can cause on relationships
We can help by assisting you in better understanding proper techniques and tips to ease the demands caregiving can cause on your body and health
We can help answer any questions or concerns you may have while caring for your loved one safely in their current living environment to minimize the risk of them needing to be placed in a nursing home or expensive care facility
If you want to know what it costs - and what availability we have, then please click the button below and complete the short form: