No matter our age, we as humans all love to create routines. They are the things we like to do daily, monthly, or yearly – whether it be eating breakfast, playing a round of golf with friends, or traveling south for a mid-winter vacation.
There’s no place like home. That’s true. But often, before going home after being discharged from a hospital, it might make sense to spend time a number of days or weeks recuperating at a rehabilitation facility.
No matter the age, no matter the ailment, we all possess a sense of personal pride. Yes, we may be feeling a little weak, or lack some mobility, but we still want to look our best. It’s true, if you look better, you feel better too.
We’ve talked a lot about how a caregiver or travel nurse can help an aging parent or someone recovering from a serious illness. We’re often asked, “But how do you get to the point where a client has such implicit trust? How and when does that start?”
Whatever your child’s special graduation day is, you want the proud grandparents to be a part of it. But sometimes the logistics of getting an older individuals around a school or university campus can be daunting.