This isn’t an easy time for your senior, or for you.
Dementia creates changes in every area of your senior’s life, even her overnight hours.
Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control, often leading to the accidental leaking of urine.
If non-pharmacologic options have not been successful in lowering the blood pressure of your loved one, medications can be prescribed by their physician.
Making good elder care lifestyle choices in combination with scheduling regular eye exams can go a long way in improving your senior’s chances for developing serious issues with their vision.
Bribing your senior to take care of her health by tying it to driving could be the right answer for your situation.
Pretty much every caregiver has at some point felt at the end of their rope.
Cancer of any sort can be scary. It can be tough thinking about your parents getting cancer.
Be patient and continue to support the caregivers as you work together to help ease the symptoms of your loved one.
Being short of breath can be terrifying for your senior with COPD. These tips can help.