Seniors can be overwhelmed by new technology. Help your elderly parent stay connected by introducing them to user-friendly devices and apps.
Seniors face increased risks of skin issues. Check this blog on skin care to learn skin care facts so you can help preserve your senior loved one’s skin health through various seasons.
Ensure the safety of your elderly loved one. Create a senior emergency preparedness plan so they can get the support they need.
Take steps to advocate for your elderly loved one’s healthcare needs and help them stay healthy, happy, and well-cared for.
Meal planning can help ensure seniors get proper nutrition and save money. Check this guide on how to help your seniors plan healthy meals on a budget.
Practicing nasal breathing can offer several health benefits for seniors. Learn the advantage of breathing through your nose and how to make it a habit.
Stress can be caused by any number of issues, from financial worries to family situations. Seniors are not immune to the effects of stress. Learn more about how to check in with your mental health and how to reduce signs of stress in your life.
Do you know the care your parents want or do not want? Learn what an advance care directive is and how it can ensure your parents' medical wishes are respected.
Nothing shows love and appreciation for a loved one more than a meaningful gift. But while it may be a little easier to find a perfect present for a child, sibling, or friend, finding a good gift for a senior with dementia can be a tad harder. Some items that would make great gifts for most people can turn out to be not so good for seniors, especially those with dementia.