Due to their heightened vulnerability to various diseases, the elderly often have specific healthcare requirements. More regular doctor appointments and looking out for signs of cognitive deterioration are examples of such requirements. Some of the special senior healthcare requirements of the elderly, in comparison to those of those under 65, are:
increased visits to the doctor
Additional testing and screenings
Enhanced physiotherapy for a speedy recovery from injuries
Medications for treating long-term illnesses
Age-related health problems and their specialized therapies
Provide aid with ADLs (e.g., bathing, dressing, eating)
Dementia and Alzheimer’s need round-the-clock care; thus, facilities that provide it are in high demand.