Home

Giving Care by Silvert's

Are you not sure what to get dad or grandpa as a Father's Day Gift? It can be hard to think of something forget your aging parent or grandparent on Father’s Day. Senior dads have likely received every gift in

Becoming a caregiver can be an incredibly difficult and incredibly rewarding thing to do. As a job, it will likely push you far farther than the majority of your friends and family will at their respective jobs and it will

Diabetic neuropathy is a condition that happens when a diabetic has chronically high blood sugar levels. High blood sugar eventually lead to nerve damage which causes numbness in the extremities. This usually affects the feet, creating numbness all throughout the

Living with memory loss is a reality for people of all ages, and is likely to affect every single one of us to a certain extent at some point in our lives. The reality can be difficult not only for

Mother's Day is a time to celebrate the woman in your life that was always there for you, in mind, spirit and soul. But what do you get the one that gave you everything? As a woman gets older, shopping

Did you know that November is the National Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month? But even if it’s still months away, everyone must be aware of it. Not only that it’s apparent to most seniors and golden-aged individuals, but there is

As a caregiver, you want to see your patient thrive. You want to see them succeed in everyday life. As people age, mobility issues become the daily struggle of life. Today we will be focusing on limited arm and upper

In-home care has multiple benefits to offer to both seniors and their family members. Apart from receiving quality care at affordable costs, seniors get to stay within the comfort of their own home and in the midst of their loved

Thanks to investments in modern medicine, Americans are now living longer than ever before. Today, Americans have an average life span of 78.69 years old, marking an increase of nearly nine years since 1970. While the quantity of our lives is

Parkinson’s: What is it? Parkinson’s disease deals with the nerve cells in the brain that produce a chemical called dopamine. Dopamine is chemical that is produced in your body that is responsible for connecting the neurons to the muscles. Essentially, the

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap