Bed Rails For Parents With Parkinsons
It has been a year now since my father in law passed away. My husband’s family still felt the hole in their heart and I understand that it is a part of their grieving process. Every time I see my mother in law’s queen sized bed, whom they transferred in the living room to support the ease of walking during her husband’s difficult mobility times by not having able to get up the 14 steps to their bedroom upstairs, I can still feel his spirit in the room as she lay that other space of the bed neatly for her late husband. Since it was his death anniversary yesterday, we talked of the good times they had together and she showed me their wedding pictures and their young adulthood memories like getting to see what my husband looked like when he was in his babyhood. It was a pleasure talking with everyone in their cute memoir. Sympathy came when we talked about their difficult times. We talked how they secure their bed with bed rails designed for the elderly because of his Parkinson’s disease and that falling off the bed is a common problem. She said she will just rather let it stay attached there as it will help her stay secure in bed also even though she doesn’t have that kind of disease. It is indeed a providence and it will just be a part of his memory so she will feel his presence. She said that railing provided a lot of comfort for him during his difficult times in life like getting and getting out of the bed. My poor mother in law, I wish I could comfort her the best that I can as she deserve lots of love at this very difficult moment of her life. If the railings won’t stay secure, getting one the the bed railing like the ones in http://parentgiving.com should replace it right away so she will sleep well at night. I want my kids to spend more years with her as she has been the one and only woman in my husband’s family whom I can receive direct woman comfort and advice ever since I got to spend life with my husband here in America. Hope you folks can help me pray for my Mom in law and check out Parent Giving online for your ultimate senior care needs.