There is always room for improvement in any job profession. And when you are a healthcare professional, especially a caregiver, there is always something new to learn so that you can provide better care to your patients. In this blog, we’re going to address some key questions that caregivers have pertaining to dressing seniors. Let’s take a look at them.
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When we think of dressing up, it seems to be a basic task that we do every day. However, there’s a difference in the level of struggles faced by us in comparison to those who are physically disabled, seniors, or others. As we know that women seek to have more and more options when it comes to clothing and fashion, old-age or difficulties can make it tough for them to try out any of them.
Getting dressed and undressed may not be a big task for many people. As a matter of fact, for youngsters and healthy adults, this may not even qualify as a task as doing this just takes a couple of minutes for them. But the story is quite different for seniors, especially those suffering from medical conditions such as arthritis, dementia, limited mobility, Alzheimer’s, stroke, and other similar conditions.
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