As much as aging is a blessing, it does come with its limitations that can impede a senior's ability to function as they did in their younger years. Some of the challenges include reduced vision and decreased mobility. The good news is, there are smart home devices that can help your loved ones. Read on for the role of smart home devices for seniors and their important benefits.
Managing your career while also taking care of an elderly parent isn't an easy task. According to a 2017 survey, it is estimated that approximately 47% of employees try to balance between paid employment and being a part-time caregiver for either an ailing or elderly relative.
There are so many different types of yoga and they are all meant for different purposes. Yoga for seniors is easily accessible and a great way to stay in shape in your later years.
Not everyone can live as close to family as they would like. With senior loved ones, there are ways that technology can help with delivering them the best care even from afar. Here are some practical tips for long-distance caregiving.
In light of COVID-19, many seniors are sheltering in place. If your loved one lives alone, try these five ways to help them beat the winter blues.
While it is incredibly difficult to keep a safe distance away, it doesn't mean that you can't stay in touch. The Senior Helpers Team serving Baltimore County, Howard County, Harford County, and Carroll County is excited to share a few tips and tricks they’ve picked up.
As adults, many people decide to move away from their parents to begin their own life. However, as they age, it can be more difficult for their parents to stay at home and continue to live as they always have. As the professional caregivers at Senior Helpers Baltimore will tell you, the little ways you support your parents can make a huge difference in their comfort and quality of life.
Seniors in Baltimore are at risk for COVID-19. Here are some tips that can help protect seniors from coronavirus.
Caregivers in Baltimore pour their hearts and souls into their work. It is also critical to take care of themselves. Here are some tips to get help and prevent caregiver burnout.
When you are a caregiver, your own needs sometimes take a backseat. Here are some tips on caring for yourself so you can be the best version of you.
If you are a caregiver for a senior, it is important to be informed and prepared about COVID-19 so you can ensure the long term well-being of your loved one.
Senior care during COVID-19 has presented many challenges but these obstacles can be overcome. Using technology to offer support and companionship is easier than ever.
Caring for a senior takes time, love, and patience but senior care from afar offers another set of obstacles. These tips can help.