Whether your loved one has had a sudden accident or is suffering from a long-term illness, there will likely come a time to move them into a facility where their medical and self-care needs can be met. We’ve provided some useful tips to help you understand the difference between the various types of care facilities, as well as other factors to consider when choosing a care facility for your loved one.
According to generational expert Alexis Abramson, the Silent Generation is best characterised by a strong sense of determination and willpower. They do not try to attract attention or protest, but rather focus on working silently to achieve their goals and sustain living conditions. My Ouma is a typical Silent.
If your loved one has been diagnosed with a serious, long-lasting disease or a life-threatening illness, palliative care improves their quality of life, and helps support your family during this stressful time.