When you’re an unpaid family caregiver, it strains your finances. Family caregivers who’ve not yet reached retirement age often quit their jobs or switch to part-time hours to have the time to help out.
If your parents start to struggle with monthly expenses, groceries are the one area that can be easy to reduce expenses.
Exercise can be done in many different ways. People can do cardio, lift weight, or any range of exercises. One of the best exercises for the elderly is walking.
Chair yoga is just one option for exercising that your senior might want to try.
Most of the nutrients the body needs come from the foods we eat. Vitamins are organic compounds that our body needs to perform normal metabolic function.
Trouble swallowing can be a common issue as your senior grows older. This is called dysphagia.
If your elderly loved one has dementia, change won’t be so easy. They might need things to stay the same.
One of the easiest things any of us can do when we don’t know about a certain topic is to dismiss it.
How can you tell if your senior is maybe experiencing some stress in her life?
February is National Cherry Month. And it’s not just about boosting the cherry farmers in Wisconsin.