The elderly are at a higher risk of developing mobility issues because they tend to be more inactive and frail. In addition, they often have a history of chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke that can affect their mobility.
Here are some common causes of mobility issues in the elderly:
- Physical conditions that make it difficult to move around (e.g., arthritis)
- Aging joints that make walking and standing more difficult
- Loss of muscle mass and strength (which is natural as we age)
- Injury or illness that prevents you from moving around as much as you used to
If you’re caring for a loved one who has mobility issues, you know how important it is to have a reliable provider of home care in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Our caregivers at Heritage Home Care are trained professionals who will assist with daily tasks such as cooking meals, doing laundry, and cleaning up around the house.
Our caregiver in Arizona will also be there when the times comes for your loved one to get out of bed and start moving around again.
When you need to take a break from caregiving, we also provide respite care that can give you the space to breathe and recharge.
Whether your loved one needs assistance with daily tasks or post-hospitalization care, we have the expertise necessary to provide them with the best possible care.