Memory loss is a natural part of the aging process, but sometimes it can be indicative of a bigger problem. Here are some tips to know if your senior loved one’s forgetfulness may be a sign of Alzheimer’s or dementia
If you ever wonder what it’s like to be an in-home caregiver, it’s all about creating the best quality of life for someone.
Eating healthy foods is important for seniors as they age. Here are some tips on nutrition for seniors to ensure that your loved one is eating well.
As seniors age in place, they may be at increased risk for loneliness. Helping them to maintain an active social life is key to helping them stay healthy.
Caring for a loved one with dementia can be challenging. Fortunately, music therapy has been shown to have many positive effects, from activating positive memories to combating depressive symptoms.
Caring for a loved one can be taxing mentally, physically, and financially. Thankfully, respite care can give you a much-needed break, helping you to be the best caregiver you can be.
The benefits of exercise and movement for seniors are numerous. There are many ways to encourage your loved one to stay active as they age in place.