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.
Personal care at home can feel embarrassing for your senior at first, but it’s vital help that makes her life safer and easier.
According to the American Diabetes Association a staggering 29% of seniors, which is more than 15 million people, are living with diabetes.
The CDC recommends that older persons engage in 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise each week or 75 minutes of strenuous aerobic activity.
If your senior is able to be more physically active, then adding movement to her regular daily routine can be a crucial part of helping her to be as well as possible.
The body’s natural processes become somewhat less efficient, particularly as we age. This includes the capacity of the skin to heal even a little wound.
Does your elderly loved one have depression? Whether it is new for them or it has been going on for a long time, it is essential that someone helps them to overcome it.
The good news is there are some ways that you and personal care at home providers can help to prevent dehydration in your elderly loved one.
Smoking is a huge health risk for your senior, but she might not feel as if it’s as simple as just quitting.
September Is Healthy Aging Month is here again, and it’s a perfect time to talk with your elderly family member about what healthy aging means.