When the season begins to change and the weather gets colder, caregivers must take extra precautions to keep their senior loved ones safe. Older adults can face seasonal challenges to their health when the weather changes. Caregiving has become difficult
Helpful aids for seniors to make tasks easier
Many seniors choose to live in the comfort of their home, and they are very happy with that choice. It helps them stay motivated, active, and stimulated. Staying at home can give you
Easter Holiday Activities for Seniors and Family
Celebrating the Easter holidays is a special time for families. People look forward to spending time with their loved ones, arranging family gatherings and engaging in fun activities. Easter holidays are approaching and
Urinary incontinence is common in adults over the age of 65 and medical costs for diagnosing the actual cause and treatment have surged in the past two decades. While the most common stereotype regarding aging needs immediate alteration as bladder-related
to the global pandemic caused by Coronavirus (Covid-19), many families are
forced to practice self-isolation. With self-isolation comes the concern for
family members and their well being. Those with elderly parents or senior
grandparents are more concerned because the elderly are more vulnerable
This is the essential checklist for your senior loved ones who are in isolation due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Seniors and elderly citizens are highly vulnerable to the
Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Older people with underlying health concerns
or pre-existing diseases are highly susceptible
Lauren Dykovitz is a writer and author. Her mom, Jerie, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 2010 at age 62. Lauren self-published her first book, Learning to Weather the Storm: A Story of Life, Love, and Alzheimer's. She writes about
Taking care of a loved one who has Alzheimer's will definitely take some work, it is a commitment to keep your loved one healthy, happy, and safe while they face this condition. While there is no proper cure for
Signs of Cognitive Issues
is critical to notice when your loved one is acting differently and
demonstrating an array of problems with their cognitive health. We’ve
identified the red flags to look for in your loved ones who may be experiencing
What is Covid-19 and how can you keep your elders safe?
Whether you are a home caregiver, a health care aide or a nursing attendant, the aim is to prevent exposure to germs.
Coronaviruses are a large family of