Caregivers’ Circle – Survivors of the Holocaust: How Aging and Caregiving Impact this Population of Seniors
The survivors of the Holocaust – those from Auschwitz and other camps – are now seniors. The average age of a survivor is 83 years old so we can assume that many require the care and support of their families and the community. Because of their traumatic early years, aging can present unique challenges for survivors and for those who care for them. This week’s guest, Myra Giberovitch, Genocidal Trauma Specialist and daughter of a survivor describes how experiencing the Holocaust can lead to unique perceptions, behaviours and emotional responses to aging. Learn more about Myra Giverovitch and her work on TedxMontreal.
Many individuals are reluctant to leave their home due to mobility challenges and how this makes using a public restroom or a restroom at another home difficult. Don’t let your reticence keep you inside! Visit Free2GoMobility and learn about the Free2Go Rollator which you can take anywhere to assist you with standing and sitting safely in the bathroom.