One of the biggest complaints that seniors and their families have about medical appointments is that seniors don’t get enough time with their doctors.
Anxiety is very common among seniors. Some estimates are that 20% or more of seniors experience anxiety or have symptoms of an anxiety disorder.
If your senior parent has recently returned home after being in the hospital due to a fall, a stroke, a heart attack, or an accident they are probably very glad to get home but still in need of regular medical care.
Remote patient monitoring is an essential service that offers your mom the privacy she wants without risking her health or safety.
Seniors and their families who are worried about the risks that seniors face of catching serious illnesses when they go out in public should know that doctor visits at home for seniors are now available.
Medical offices are not often designed with the needs of seniors who have mobility problems, breathing problems, or other medical conditions in mind.
Parkinson’s Disease affects nearly 5% of seniors who are older than 80. The symptoms of Parkinson’s can make it difficult for seniors to walk or even stand up for periods of time.