It happens to the best of us. After living in the same place for so long, we tend to collect more and more items that clutter and eventually take over our homes. Imagine how much clutter collects after living in the same home for 20 or more years!
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Here you will find helpful tips, loving advice, and useful information to make caring for an aging loved one a bit easier.
Spring is here and all of us at Senior Helpers couldn’t be happier! We can start to look forward to the grass turning green, the flowers blooming, and the weather warming up! For many seniors who have been cooped up in their house all winter, now is a great opportunity to get outside! It’s time to breathe in the fresh air, take a walk in the park, or even sit outside at your favorite café.
We all know that the life of a caregiver is always on the go! But balancing work, family, care, and more doesn’t mean you have to let your nutrition (or your taste buds) take the backseat! There is actually a wide variety of meals that are perfect for caregivers, moms, dads, and everyone else who is limited on time!
We’ve talked about the benefits of doing yard work and how gardening can improve your health, but what if you or your aging loved one has a physical impairment that makes outdoor activities such as weeding and planting more difficult?
Spring is right around the corner and along with longer, warmer days comes the need for a little (or a lot) of spring cleaning!