Older adults undergo many changes that impact them emotionally as they grow into a new stage of life. While many of these changes bring about wonderful things, it is important to be aware of the negative implications as well and how they impact your loved one’s comfort and quality of life.
If we are what we eat, we must carefully consider our dining choices. The team at Senior Helpers serving the North Shore, Merrimack Valley, and Cape Ann areas knows this to be true regardless of age. In our experience, we’ve seen that consuming the right foods can keep seniors happier and healthier throughout their golden years.
It’s important to boost cognitive health with stimulating activities, especially in the twilight of life. Check out these five ideas to get started.
Balancing senior care with work and childcare can be a challenge. Try these five tips to organize your day and reduce your stress levels.
Bento boxes are a creative way to make mealtime easier for seniors. These meal containers can help with portion control, meal preparation, and more.
An oral family history is a great way for younger relatives to engage with their grandparents, learn more about their lives, and create a treasured family memento. Here is everything you need to know to create your own, including questions to ask your grandparents.
Keeping your mind and memory sharp as a senior is easier than you may think. In fact, it’s fun!
As we age, we all become a little more unstable. These balance exercises can help.