If your loved one is resistant to venturing outside, these are some ideas to help them regain their desire for fresh air and sunshine, and possibly establish a routine of spending time outdoors.
How can seniors keep their energy levels up and maintain their zest for life? Engaging in healthy activities as they age brings enjoyment to a senior’s life and positively impacts their mental and emotional well-being. Here are five activities that you or your senior loved one can try to help you live a fulfilling and active life in your golden years.
Here are eight foot health tips for seniors and their caregivers that promote good foot health and can keep your senior’s feet comfortable.
Bedsores are painful, difficult to heal, can cause infections, and can be common in seniors. See what causes them and how to prevent them.
One in five seniors experience hospital readmissions within 30 days of being discharged from an initial stay. Let's see what helps some to avoid that.
How can you help your hospitalized loved one feel more comfortable? Here are five things you can do to help them make the most of a hospital stay.
If there’s an aging senior in your life, at some point they will probably need some outside help. Should you turn to a care facility or home care?
A growing body of evidence would seem to indicate that recovering at home might be the better choice for that special senior in your life. See why.
Recovering at home after a hospital stay can be hard on anyone, but it can be especially difficult for an aging-in-place senior and their loved ones. See how willpower can help them get through the recovery process.
According to the CDC, over 600 Americans die every year from heat-related illnesses- including many seniors. If you’re an informal caregiver here are several ways to keep your aging in place loved one cool, hydrated and comfortable all summer long.