I am a twenty year old guy with a Diabetic Grandmother - who is getting into her early 80's. She is beginning to have trouble with her memory - and is beginning to forget when she should be taking some of her pills and insulin injections.
I believe she is currently taking Janumet, Lantus, and a few other medications to treat her diabetes (she also has heart problems and arthritis). She also cannot exercise regularly due to her old age, so often has time maintaining a good range for her blood pressure. Therefore, it is imperative that she eats correctly these days.
Is there any advice you all can give me in regards to helping her remember to take her medication, eating healthier consistently, and motivating her to effectively treat her diabetes?
Any support would be greatly appreciated.
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