Cooking is one of those activities that you might not think twice about, but if it’s painful for your senior, she might skip it. Arthritis makes all sorts of daily activities, including cooking even a small meal, really painful and difficult to do.
Use Tools that Require Less Dexterity
Ergonomic cooking utensils, like spoons and whisks that have larger handles, can make it easier for your senior to grip them. Likewise, chopping tools and food processors can make using a knife less necessary ...
October 12 is World Arthritis Day.
It is very important to recognize the risk of this serious health issue and to take the steps necessary to protect your parent. As a family caregiver, educating yourself about the risks your senior faces enables you to better develop your care approach, choose your care network, and support your parent in living their highest quality of life possible as they age in place.
Some things you should know about arthritis include:
Arthritis is the leading cause ...