If you had a recent disability or setback that has impacted your ability to take care of yourself, it can be incredibly frustrating. Having someone help you day in and out with dressing, brushing your hair, brushing your teeth, getting clothes on, making food, eating, paying bills, cleaning up the house, shopping, you name it, it probably looks different.
Maybe you are a caregiver reading this. Maybe your spouse, parent, or child is in need of care and your left with tons of questions. Wondering how to take care of your loved one without any guidance or support. You are having trouble getting them ready and taking care of them and its taking a toll on your body (usually back), and your sanity.
Regardless of who is reading this, one thing is certain, it is possible to be more independent after a recent setback or disability. You do not have to have everything done for you and there is better ways to support your loved one other than doing everything for them.