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.
The CDC recommends that older persons engage in 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise each week or 75 minutes of strenuous aerobic activity.
As your elderly loved one ages even more, there will be some changes that you might want to look into.
Understanding all of the ways your senior’s mobility can be impaired can help you to get her the assistance she needs, when she needs it.
Not every caregiving relationship is a loving one. Some are extremely complex.
A good caregiver is always happy and never angry, right? Not so much.
Caffeine, Sleep Problems, and Beverages other than Coffee: Elder Care Considerations near Greer, SC October is Caffeine Addiction Recovery Month and while it may seem like an odd addiction to even talk about, it is an important one. Caffeine is a stimulant and can cause a number of health related issues, not the least of […]