The truth is all seniors should be finding activities they enjoy because it is one of the easiest ways to keep them healthy and happy. But they may not always know how to find activities and rely on you to help them get places.
When Alzheimer’s disease is diagnosed earlier, your senior can get treatment earlier.
At some point, every family gets the call that there is an emergency. It could be a fall leading to a broken bone, a stroke, or a severe illness like pneumonia.
One of the biggest issues for your elderly family member as she grows older can be holding onto the independence that she has developed throughout her life.
When senior citizens get older, they often lose touch with their family members and friends for many reasons such as incontinence, immobility, tiredness, and many other reasons, too.
Being diagnosed with dementia does not mean you shouldn’t remain active and involved in meaningful hobbies. They are still essential for your mental health!
July is National Anti-Boredom Month and it’s the perfect time for seniors to try some new fun things to do. Boredom is a very big problem for seniors.
Your dad’s getting older. Whether his health is changing or he’s not comfortable being alone every day, you’re considering senior home care.
Personal care at home can feel embarrassing for your senior at first, but it’s vital help that makes her life safer and easier.
While it isn’t the exact same for everyone, there are some general recommendations detailed in the Dietary Guidelines for Americans in 2020-2025 that you should know about.