Don't Settle for Less
Mom's or Dad's heart aches to run after those energetic grandkids, work in the garden or play a round of golf with their buddies. But the ache in their joints throbs stronger, keeping them from acting on those desires, and possibly from completing daily activities, such as dressing, bathing, cooking, writing or driving. Arthritis pain, though treatable, requires proper management. Combined with the appropriate medication prescribed by a doctor, lifestyle enhancements encouraged and assisted by Care Givers employed by your locally owned Helping Solution Senior Care can help your loved one best cope with arthritis and experience a higher quality of life.

A Way to Get Moving Again
Care Givers specialize in engaging clients in a variety of activities to make living with arthritis more manageable, while allowing them to maintain their independence.

These activities can include:

  • Swimming, walking, or other moderate, low-impact physical activities as recommended by the Arthritis Foundation® to minimize the symptoms of arthritis.
  • Socializing, pursuing hobbies or engaging in other pleasurable activities to lift one’s spirits and draw focus away from the pain.
  • Assistance with household chores, errands and tasks of daily living.
  • Preparation of well-balanced meals
  • Medication reminders
  • Transportation needs

A Care Giver's assistance will not only help lessen the direct symptoms of arthritis, but it will allow your loved one to reduce other factors that worsen the pain, such as stress, over-exertion, fatigue and anxiety. With the support of a Care Giver, those with arthritis can bring their condition under control, reclaim their life and get moving again.

To learn more about arthritis, visit Arthritis Resources.

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Arthritis Managing Your Stress Brochure
Arthritis Managing Your Pain Brochure
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