We got a lot of great feedback from our last blog post: Top 5 Signs Your Parent Needs In-Home Care. READ HERE
It’s raised a lot of questions! One of those questions was a deceptively simple one: why do these changes happen?
There can be several reasons why behaviours change. Some can be serious, so it’s always important to involve your parent’s primary care provider (doctor, nurse practitioner, etc.) in the process. But here are three common reasons behind those behavioural changes:
Read the whole blog post on the Think Aging website: https://www.thinkaging.com/blog/what-is-behind-my-parents-behavioural-changes Then, contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or at (705) 293-5553. If this sounds like your aging parent or loved one, there are things you can do to help right now. In-home care might be the answer to addressing many of these behavioural issues. We’ll help you get the supports you and your loved one need.
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