After helping my mother complete her journey with PSP I find myself thinking of what can be done for those who continue on their journeys. Would people consider placing their family member with people who have experience caring for individuals with PSP? Would a family be willing to move their family member so they could be cared for in a safe, nurturing, knowledgeable and caring environment? Would it be possible to open a door to those with PSP and to give them the care that they deserve? Rather than trying to get permission to provide the level of care for your family member through the paper shuffle could the paper shuffle be used to provide care specifically to PSP'ers under one roof. Please let me know what your thoughts are.
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