One of the most effective things you can do to ensure continuity of care is to set up a meeting with your parent’s primary doctor within a week of discharging from the hospital.
There are various signs which indicate that your parents are no longer in a position to live alone. These particular signs should be taken as a warning that your elderly parents need additional care or assistance,
Whether your parent has short-term memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, having a safe home is critical to preventing a serious injury. It is your job as a caregiver to adapt the house