Including your senior loved ones in your family outings is good for their emotional well-being and happiness. However, planning activities that accommodate varying levels of mobility and energy can be challenging.
Seniors’ eyes and skin may be more susceptible to damage, which is why sunglasses can be beneficial for seniors. Here are five benefits to consider.
With the right nutrition and exercise habits, seniors can manage diabetes effectively and maintain a good quality of life. Here's how you can start.
As we age, it is important to prioritize our health and well-being. Did you know that 80% of adults over age 60 have at least one chronic condition such as diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis? The good news is that regular exercise can help prevent and manage these conditions.
In this article, we dive into the importance of regular checkups and screenings for seniors and how they can make a significant difference in your life.
Ensuring internet safety is crucial for everyone, but it's especially important for seniors who are often targeted by online scams specifically designed to exploit their vulnerabilities.
Regular health checkups for seniors are crucial in identifying and managing age-related health issues, including chronic conditions, cognitive decline, and medication management. Learn more here.
Meal preparation for Passover may become overwhelming. Learn how to ensure your senior parent isn't overburdened while participating in this activity.
Senior loved ones can be at risk for developing health issues from spring cleaning. Here's a list of tasks your senior loved one shouldn't do alone.
A walking routine is an excellent way to stay healthy during the spring season, especially if you are a senior with mobility issues. Here are some tips for a successful walking routine to boost your overall health and well-being during the spring.
Gardening has many benefits for your senior loved ones. Planning a spring garden is one way to connect with them. Here are several steps in spring garden planning that you should consider.
Everyone deserves healthcare regardless of age, budget, or geographical location. Here are some ways to support health equity through local organizations in your area.
Caring for an elderly relative with dementia can be difficult, especially when they are confused and agitated. In this article, we'll look at possible causes, how you can respond, and when it might be time to seek professional help.
Eating well is one of the best things that seniors can do in order to live long, healthy lives. This article will teach you some heart-healthy meals for yourself or your senior loved one.
Everyone needs a helping hand. When looking for a caregiving service to help you take care of a senior loved one, here are some tips to keep in mind.
Reducing stress at home while caring for a senior relative who's living with dementia or AD is possible. Follow these simple and effective tips.
The winter months can be exciting and refreshing, but they often bring about a slew of seasonal illnesses, such as colds and viruses. If you take care of senior adults and are currently dealing with a cold, you might be unsure of what to do. After all, seniors can be particularly susceptible to illnesses, making it important that you exercise caution so that you don't inadvertently spread the cold. Senior Helpers Fairfield has some helpful tips for anyone taking care of senior adults in and around the Fairfield, Shelton, Trumbull, Milford, and West Haven areas.
Senior Helpers is proud to welcome Dr. Jack Yeung as the new owner of the Senior Helpers Upper Fairfield, Connecticut location.
If caregiving isn’t your full-time job, it can sure seem that way. Taking care of an elderly loved one is a time-consuming responsibility that can often have subtle yet adverse effects on your own well-being. Here are a 5 helpful tips on how to balance your caregiving responsibilities while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.