Caregiving has moments of happiness and moments of stress. Sometimes, we get to accompany our loved-one through victorious moments. And other times, it’s gut-wrenching to watch their difficulties. What are some of the hard tasks you have to perform as a caregiver? Do they get easier with time?
The hardest part is finding a way of communicating with John that there are some things that are not safe for him to do anymore. Eg. Climbing on step ladders. Fixing things around the home Eg electrical items. He no longer lays the table for dinner, he gets simple tasks jumbled up, he has problem dressing himself.. So why would I want him to climb steps. It’s so hard to watch him struggle.
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