When it comes to preventing diseases that affect women more than men, such as breast cancer and osteoporosis, experts say that it simply comes down to lifestyle choices.
This might be walking or dancing or golf or a variety of activities.
Having a plan in place to organize changes in care once they are needed can avoid an “urgent situation” that many clients face as accidental falls, or trips to the hospital happen.
It is important to remember that despite drastic physical changes that occur, people living with ALS still have full mental functioning and are able to meaningfully contribute intellectually with colleagues, friends and family.
It’s an area of healthcare concerned with prevention and relief of suffering.