Whether they are at home because they don’t have many places to go or they are trying to stay healthy, they don’t have to be bored all the time.
Type II diabetes is prevalent among older adults. If your dad has it or has been told he’s in a high-risk group, he needs to make some changes.
If you’ve watched the news, picked up a newspaper, or even spent a little time on social media lately, you’ve heard of the coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China.
Fear drives a lot of what people do, even your senior. That can include keeping her driving even when she knows it’s not safe.
If your older family member is showing signs of decline in brain health, it’s important that they see a doctor.
If non-pharmacologic options have not been successful in lowering the blood pressure of your loved one, medications can be prescribed by their physician.
Regardless of the kind of tracking the older adult chooses to use, a senior care provider can assist them to lose weight.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology (ADA), skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the U.S. About 20 percent of all Americans will develop this form of cancer. While men over 50 have the highest risk of melanoma, the ADA says that women have seen the largest increase in skin cancer. […]
The late stages of Alzheimer’s disease are a very difficult time. This is the end of the journey for your aging parent, and for you as their family caregiver, and will require tremendous effort. The care that you give them now is about supporting their comfort and quality of life as they transition through the […]
Senior Care in Simpsonville SC You’ve noticed bruises on your parent’s arms and legs growing in number. Your first thought is that they may be falling or bumping into objects, though they insist that is not the case. You start to wonder if there is an underlying disease behind the mysterious increase. Why Aging Skin […]