Oct 14, 2016 by Comfort Keepers of Pleasanton
If you’re acting as a senior caregiver to a senior family member or loved one, then one of the many responsibilities that you may have is helping your loved one to bathe and groom themselves. It is important that every senior caregiver take this responsibility seriously and does what they can to help their loved one maintain their dignity while getting this type of assistance. Although it may seem like a relatively simple task, bathing time can be very embarrassing and frustrating for some seniors. With this in mind, here are several tips that any senior caregiver can use in order to make sure that bathing goes well for their loved one.
If you are a senior caregiver, keep these tips in mind when helping a loved one bathe. Bathing time can be a challenge, but with a little patience and these easy tips, many seniors will start to feel more comfortable when they need some help with their daily bathing routine.