Fall Risk Scale

Senior Fall Risk

You will see changes over time with your aging senior loved ones. We know that for some people this decline is going to start much earlier than it will for others, you can never really know when it will happen. On top of that, for some people you will see these changes coming from a long way away and have time to prepare, in other cases something like dementia could progress a long ways in just a mere few weeks. So regardless of how a loved one may be doing now, you need to be prepared for them to deteriorate at the drop of a hat. Consulting with senior care professionals will help you decide how to handle these changes in the best way.

High Quality Elderly Care

The aging process seem simple, but it’s actually pretty complex. A lot of different things can happen and when different medications and treatments get involved it can get overwhelming for even the most apt caregivers. Beyond just all the technical stuff with medication and all of that, it’s important to remember that no matter how old and lost someone may be, they are still a person and they deserve to be treated like one just as much as you do. It is very important to maintain the best quality of life.

We want the care of elderly patients to be handled in an organized manner. One lost piece of critical information could eventually be the difference between life and death whether that be a change in medication or an alteration in care.

Maintain Interdependence

You have to treat the patient as a whole in order to provide the best medical care. Don’t just see them as an old person with dementia who needs medication daily to help them, think of them as a person struggling who you want to both try to heal and maintain their own dependence. It’s also critical that you have an understanding of all medications in order to help in the process when many different doctors become involved. You also need to keep proper documentation that is easy to collect.

Geriatric Education and House-Call Service

Life can be insanely crazy for working adults, but their parents and other elderly loved ones do not stop aging during this time. As life gets busy, it’s hard to set aside enough time to provide the quality of care you may want to an elderly family member, sometimes you just need the help of a solid resource or even someone to come by and give you a hand when needed. Understanding the fall risk scale and other measuring tools of aging is important. You will learn all of this from a senior care professional.