April 6, 2020
Watching a loved one’s memory fade is not only painful, but also emotionally and physically draining. Caretakers often find themselves repeating sentences mentioned only a moment ago, and reminding patients or loved ones of the many daily tasks needed for proper everyday functioning. There are ways to make these stressful times more bearable, and even possibly slow down the brain’s aging process.
Our bodies, including our minds, deteriorate as we age. Having said that, there are many things we can do to decrease and even prevent the deterioration process. Comfort Keepers of Canada® has put together a list of exercises and activities that can help seniors remain mentally sharp as they age.