Activities for seniors to enjoy now that spring is here
Helping seniors to avoid scams and misinformation as we enter tax season, which is the time when identy thefts are at their highest.
While the potential effects of a stroke can be varied, depending on the part of the brain affected, the warning signs are common enough that they can be remembered with a convenient acronym
While the idea of getting into social media can be daunting for older adults, entering into the world of this emergent technology can have countless benefits for seniors.
Being pulled in multiple directions by the needs of their children and their elderly parents can put a multitude of stresses on members of the Sandwich Generation, both financial and emotional.
One challenge posing seniors is getting enough physical activity and exercise. In today’s world of quarantines and lockdowns, that difficulty is only compounded.
Many seniors, particularly those over the age of 65, may think that they are too old to get a dog. If that dog is a puppy they may be even more apprehensive because dogs can be a lot of responsibility even if you are retired or don’t have the need to work full-time.
January is thyroid awareness month! Thyroid health isn’t something that the average person thinks about on a regular basis. Many people aren’t even sure of what their thyroid is, let alone why they should be aware of it.
Trying to find the right in-home care provider for a loved one, or for yourself, can be stressful. You want to make sure you’re hiring somebody that you trust, someone who is qualified and knows how to do their job, and someone you and your loved ones will get along with.
No matter how old or young, everybody loves a good deal. There’s a special kind of happiness that comes combining coupons and taking advantage of discounts and sales to maximize savings.
One of the biggest fears or worries people have are of having to move into a nursing home. Stereotypically nursing homes are seen as sterile and cold.