When our senior loved ones live alone, they're at a higher risk of falls and other injuries. We understand their family member's concerns for their safety, which is why we've created this handy checklist.
Managing the overall well-being of a multi-generational family can be a challenging task, and stress levels can easily skyrocket. Here are some practical tips on effectively managing stress, finding balance in daily routines, establishing boundaries, and maintaining open communication among family members.
Scams that are aimed at seniors are all too frequent, putting their financial safety and overall well-being at risk. Here's how to stay ahead.
In this article, discover the various ways in which meditation can improve your well-being while performing elder caregiving duties.
In this blog post, we explore the primary types of tax deductions as well as the most common tax credits available to seniors.
Due to safety precautions, many seniors who live on their own may find it challenging to maintain crucial connections in person. That's where technology comes in!
Daylight Savings Time can be a challenging event for many people, but the impact it may have on those with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia can be incredibly disorienting.
One of the challenges that many families face is ensuring that elderly relatives are eating enough throughout the day. It is common for seniors to forget if they have eaten, leading to poor nutrition and health problems.
Arthritis is a medical condition that affects millions of people in the United States, including many seniors. From eating a balanced diet to undergoing physical therapy, here are ways to stop Arthritis.
Heart disease is America's leading cause of death, but there are steps seniors at risk for the condition can take each year to reduce their chances of developing it. Check out the four key steps your senior loved one should take to protect their heart health.
LAFAYETTE, LA - Elder Outreach, a Louisiana-based nursing and rehabilitation organization serving a large part of Acadiana, has expanded its senior living services by acquiring Senior Helpers of Lafayette. Michele Veillon, Elder Outreach’s longtime Vice President of Marketing, will now serve as Senior Helpers’ new CEO and co-owner.
Depending on a senior's needs, the level of in-home care they require may vary. This article tackles the differences between a caregiver and a visiting nurse in the services they offer.
For seniors, arthritis and limited hand mobility can be challenging to manage, both physically and emotionally. As such, finding the right gift for a senior with arthritis or limited hand mobility can be difficult. With a bit of creativity, however, one can find thoughtful, practical gifts for senior loved ones with these challenges. This post discusses several strategies for brainstorming gifts for such individuals.
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