Every day, caregivers’ minds are occupied with everything from medication schedules to symptom management. And, of course, they must remember to take care of themselves.
Northeast Ohio summers can be tough for people who struggle to breath.
Most caregivers of patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia share this near-constant fear: In a moment of confusion, their loved ones might walk away from home and family and never find their way back.
In an effort to inform the greater community on the vast changes happening in the healthcare industry, Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio is pleased to serve as a guide for patients, families and community members as they navigate the ever-evolving system.
Having a loved one with a serious illness is a frightening, confusing time for everyone. But children with elderly family members approaching the end of life often have questions or concerns they may be unable to express.