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My 80 year old grandmother was recently diagnosed with COPD. We went to a pulmonologist and they said she was in stage four already. We have her oxygen, medicine, nurses that come to the house, etc. I wasaw just wondering what's the best way that I can help her out? I'm 24 and never have I dealt with this. It's my first time and I just want to help out the best I can. She started smoking when she was 13 and after her diagnosis she immediately quit. She does her daily exercises that they showed her to do and she does get around good for her age, I meam i sit close enough to hear her when she takes a bath, make her food and bring her the plate, stuff like that, but I'm just a little worried that I'm not doing enough. Any thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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