Hello Dianne Della Ratta,
You may want to have the client assessed by the doctor or physical therapist first.
1.morning exercise may be best for the fatigue issue
2.stay cool to increase the energy level
3.possible blurry vision may exacerbate the balance problem
4.progress slowly with strength work
5.fatigue sets in quickly; so, try to differentiate between fatigue and exertion
6.monitor activity with RPE
Functional exercises are probably best to start with: sit to stand, and walking in place, which will both help with balance.
Doing myofascial release with a small soft ball on the feet should help bring sensation to the feet to improve balance and walking.
Flexibility for the whole body should be beneficial in helping the person move fluidly. Start slowly and carefully with the cardio, about ten minutes at a comfortable level. Progress any and all activity according to the person’s comfort zone/RPE.
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.