The geriatricians suggest that all seniors should travel with a Clinical Advisory. They call these grandparents with constant changes in household grandparents swallow. Those changes can cause your multi-medication, prescribing unnecessary medicines or diagnostic tests repeated. Grandparents deserve the best after a long life of work and sacrifices. And yet, the last age, that we call third age, is for many a racking without end. Of homeownership to a child, then to the House of the daughter and return to start.
This is what have been called grandparents swallow. Those periodic changes of home can cause problems in your health care as the multi-medication, prescribing unnecessary medicines or repetition of diagnostic tests. Constant changes of domicile of swallow grandparents can give rise to major problems of adaptation, rootlessness and disorientation. In this context, the Spanish society of Geriatrics and Gerontology (SEGG) suggests that seniors who are changed usually House or holiday should be a Clinical Advisory to avoid problems with changes to medical consultation. Changing address currently 30% of elders aged 65 live with their children, of whom 34% does not dependence, 37% mild dependency, 14% moderate and 15% serious dependency. He is estimated that 0.6% of the largest rattan home frequently and changes a child’s House by another 2.8% at least once a year, especially on vacation. A continuous change of domicile hinders the integration of the grown-up in the family, the environment and community activities as well as its relationship with other people, each group has different dynamics and constant adaptation may favour the absence of role in the family.
This adaptation process favors the disorientation, the loss of autonomy and adjustment of spaces, also the older person is obliged to become accustomed to novelty in the House, the neighborhood, the health and sometimes also the city centre, this will prevent or hinder the creation of a social network more extensive than his own family. Recommendations of the geriatricians some tips can help to minimize the impact of change on the swallow Grandpa: offer you a space and specific place within the family. Give the necessary privacy. Encourage to continue to keep their routines, independence and autonomy. Prolong the stay in each of the homes. Distance changes.