No doubt, our mental health determines the wellness of all other aspects of life, including our physical and emotional wellbeing. As we age, we become vulnerable to mental health issues such as dementia and anxiety. This means that seniors are more likely to experience mental health-related problems, which makes it quite important to ensure that they are well taken care of to keep their brains healthy.
If your senior loved one is independent enough to live alone or with a spouse, it’s important to be proactive when it comes to the safety of their home. Their home should be a place of comfort and security. Even the smallest accident can be detrimental to your loved one’s physical and mental health. Senior Helpers is dedicated to giving consistent senior care and providing you with helpful resources for your senior, so here are six home safety tips to properly prepare your elderly loved one's living space.
Improving mobility can help prevent falls. These great assistive mobility aids for seniors can increase the quality of life for your loved one.
Keeping in touch with your loved ones can be a challenge. Here are some creative ways you can stay connected with seniors you know.
As you age, your diet is as important as your activity level when it comes to maintaining health. Take a look at these recommended healthy foods for senior nutrition.
Demand for in-home care continues to soar during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch this news segment featuring Senior Helpers, Indianapolis.
As we age, the amount of important paperwork we have increases. These tips will help you manage critical documentation regarding medical and financial matters.
Staying active is important at any age, but especially for seniors. Find out the benefits of an active senior lifestyle and how Senior Helpers in Indianapolis can help!
Seniors are at a higher risk for social isolation. Senior Helpers in Indianapolis can help with ways to stay connected and exceptional in-home care.