I think the majority of us can agree that family is one of – if not the – most important things in life. Creating a strong family structure is prudent for a happy and fulfilled life. We cherish time with our family when we are younger. We want to spend every minute watching our children grow when we start our own families. But what happens when we reach our golden years?
Welcome to the Senior Helpers Blog!
Here you will find helpful tips, loving advice, and useful information to make caring for an aging loved one a bit easier.
At Senior Helpers, one of our focuses is independent living in the home and one of our core values is the celebration of life. We exemplify this value by creating opportunities for our clients, caregivers, and families to celebrate the sanctity of human life.
One of our main goals at Senior Helpers is to focus on what your aging loved one CAN do, not what they cannot do. We know as family members and caregivers that this goal is not always an easy one to achieve. It can be difficult to see the positive in negative situations, but we are here to help you learn to adjust certain situations to help seniors maintain their independence!
When we were younger, we often thought of summer as a break from school. Now that we are aging, we can sometimes find the summer is a great time to get BACK to school!
Summer is in full swing! We know your children can get a little bored in the summer when camp ends and they run out of things to do, but did you know that your aging loved one might be feeling the summer blues, too?