Helpline: Disabilities - Mobility Community
Functioning Disability and Health
Mobility issues result in severe outcomes for the disabled, including seniors and children. It can affect their quality of life, and if not taken proper care of, it may result in accidents, such as falls. Mental health problems, such as severe Alzheimer's, can also create mobility issues.
No matter what the cause of the mobility problem, functioning disability and health go hand in hand. A disabled person unable to walk is more susceptible to other health issues. Depending on your loved one's overall health conditions and the type of disability, they may require full-time or moderate caregiving. If the disability is temporary, you may choose to hire a home care service for assistance. In case of a permanent disability and mobility issue, you may decide to take the role of a full-time family caregiver.
Head over to ExtendaTouch to get more information from other experienced family caregivers about disability and mobility problems. They can give you tips about how to provide quality care to a disabled person and what type of precautionary measures to take regarding mobility. Our online community members are friendly and available to help other caregivers.
Get Help from ExtendaTouch's Mobility Helpline
Being a primary caregiver for a disabled person entails many difficulties and challenges. It can be physically and mentally overwhelming and stressful. Balancing your life with caring for someone with mobility problems is a huge responsibility. Consider asking other family members for help with the mobility of the care recipient. You can even choose respite care for your loved one if you are on the brink of caregiver burnout. By taking a break, you would be able to refresh and re-energize.
If you are alone and have no one around who relates, consider connecting with ExtendaTouch's online support community for family caregivers. You can share your experiences, concerns, and challenges with our community members who relate to your issues. In turn, they can help you by recommending useful resources and information and providing emotional support. Use our mobility helpline to connect with our fellow caregivers now and start communicating.