Soup is a go-to dish during cold weather, especially for caregivers and seniors. Here are some delicious winter soups that you can try for seniors with diabetes.
Your parents have probably hosted a lot of holiday dinners over the years. But as they get older, other people will have to handle the hosting duties. Here are some tips on how to enjoy the holidays when someone else is hosting holiday dinners.
Even when temperatures drop, seniors can maintain a habit of daily walking outdoors, especially in the morning or evening. Use the following tips to keep your senior loved ones healthy and warm and don’t let earlier sunsets or inclement weather interfere with having a safe and enjoyable walk.
Halloween is a great time for senior adults to celebrate. There are more ways to celebrate besides just giving out candy to trick-or-treaters.
A change in season can bring some changes to people. For seniors, seasonal depression can possibly worsen or complicate Alzheimer's.
Falls and balance issues can become big problems for seniors. Doing these following exercises will help with balance and fall prevention.
As people get older, it becomes harder to meet new people. Seniors can feel the effects of loneliness in this situation. Here are the do's and don'ts of bringing up the health concerns of loneliness for seniors.
Traveling during holidays or long weekends is important for many people including seniors. There are challenges in preparing for travel but these can be dealt with properly with these tips.
Everybody, including young children and seniors, needs to have updated immunizations and vaccines. Here are some immunizations and vaccines that are important for senior adults.
People have been practicing meditation since 5000 BCE, possibly earlier, and not without good reason. It's beneficial to both mental and physical health. As a person grows older, they sometimes experience more physical health complications. Even if your loved one seems to be in near-perfect health, meditation and breathing exercises can still be helpful.
Finding the right caregiver for a loved one can be frustrating. It's hard to know just how someone will treat your loved one and whether they're a good fit. Even if a great caregiver is hired, if they haven't been properly trained to assist with a health condition, then they're likely not a good fit. To find the right caregiver, you need to know what your loved one needs.
Making friends is a great experience no matter what your age. Being able to find people who share similar hobbies and/or experiences can help a person feel more connected to your community and the amazing people within it. The season of summer is one of the best times to find local friend groups and meetups to attend, but how do you do it?
Playing some games and doing some shared activities can help stimulate your loved one's mind. Here are some suggestions for anyone who has a loved one with dementia.
As a caregiver for a senior with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, your daily life may be difficult. You may, however, improve your Peachtree City home life by making a few simple changes. Once you include dementia-friendly design features in your house, your loved ones will have more freedom to use their abilities, improve memory, and lower the chance of falling. As a result, a well-designed home will undoubtedly benefit your older adults with dementia. Take a look at these 6 tips for making your Newnan or Atlanta home dementia-friendly.
PEACHTREE CITY, Ga., Jan. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- PEACHTREE CITY, Ga., Jan. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Senior Helpers®, one of the nation's premier providers of personalized in-home senior care, today announced its location in Peachtree City has been named a 2021 Best of Georgia® winner in Georgia Business Journal's annual readers' poll. Weighing in on the best of everything throughout the state, Georgia Business Journal readers and editors honored Senior Helpers' team in Peachtree City among thousands of businesses and organizations in more than 25 broad business and community sectors. The franchise has been in operation since 2006 and is operated by Amber Hamani and Anum Virani. Senior Helpers of Peachtree City serves senior citizens and anyone over the age of 18 and their families needing help with daily activities of living throughout the region including, Fayette, Coweta, South Fulton, Douglas and surrounding counties in South Metro Atlanta. Based on the work of its professionally trained caregivers, local seniors continue to enjoy the comfort of their own home, despite age-related illnesses and mobility challenges.
The votes have been counted and the results are in! Senior Helpers of Peachtree City is a 2021 Best of Georgia® winner in Georgia Business Journal’s annual readers’ poll.