As the weather gets cooler and the days get shorter, it can only mean one thing; fall is here! With everything changing, it can be overwhelming trying to get plans or tasks organized. Changing seasons should be the start of a new beginning and chapter in your life where you can try new things, celebrate life, or meet new people.
Labor Day is an annual celebration that is observed on the first Monday in September to represent the social and economic achievements of American workers. Labor Day was originally only recognized by labor activists and individual states before it became a federal holiday. This day celebrates the contributions of workers around the country who created the labor movement in the late 19th century to allow individuals the recognition they deserved.
August is National Immunization Awareness Month. This month is dedicated to highlighting the importance of getting recommended immunizations throughout your life, and how they play an important role in preventing serious and deadly diseases.
We have always known that salt can help to enhance the flavor in many foods, and while it is good, have you ever considered the negative impact of sodium? Too much sodium can become a serious health risk for many.
It is common as we age to notice changes in sleep duration and quality. These changes occur because our bodies are changing. We experience different cycles in a 24-hour period called circadian rhythms.
Get out and enjoy the summer weather while it is here. Summertime is something to look forward to after months of cold weather and little sunshine. There are many activities made for this time of year that are safe and enjoyable for people of all ages.
Support systems help create a positive environment and are vital for seniors so that they may comfortably age in place. Human beings are social creatures, and we crave interaction with others. Support systems help create a positive environment and are vital for seniors so that they may comfortably age in place. Human beings are social creatures, and we crave interaction with others.
It’s summertime! The UV rays are strong and the weather is hot! It is important to take precautionary measures to protect your skin from the sun. Exposure to the sun can lead to sunburn, skin aging, eye damage, and cancer.
Summer is the perfect time to sit outside and enjoy a good book. Whether you are at the beach, on the water, or just in your backyard, reading can be very relaxing.
June is the start of Men’s Health Month which is the time to bring awareness to the health issues that all men face. Dedicated to enriching men’s lives, education-based campaigns were created to advocate for top medical conditions that men face.
More than 6 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s and it is estimated that nearly 13 million people will have Alzheimer’s by 2050. One in three seniors die from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Summer is right around the corner! With temperatures rising, the summer heat can be dangerous for many. Senior Helpers wants to remind everyone to monitor their health this upcoming season.
May is a special month for the Navy, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Space Force, and National Guard; we celebrate all of them and their families during this time. In 1999, Congress designated May to the Armed Forces.
Senior Helpers understands that a 9 to 5 job may not work for or appeal to everyone. For some, a strict job schedule can make it difficult to balance work and life. This can lead to increased stress levels and a decrease in overall happiness. Becoming a Senior Helpers caregiver allows individuals to create a schedule that works best for their personal life and needs.
Florence Nightingale, known to have ‘invented’ modern nursing, was born in the month of May, so each year, we honor her and all nurses with National Nurses Week, which runs May 6th through the 12th. Senior Helpers is grateful for all nurses currently working, retired, and those on the path to becoming a nurse!
Senior Helpers encourages you to get outside and enjoy the spring weather any way you know how. Here are a few spring activities Senior Helpers wants to share with you!
Did you know that it is normal for aging seniors to feel overwhelmed and stressed? Stress hormones can negatively affect your physical health. Many studies have shown that elevated levels are connected to high blood pressure, weakened immune systems, and heart disease.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness month and Senior Helpers wants to help your loved one get the care they need. There are several resources that provide the education families need to understand and provide the right care for Parkinson’s. Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive condition that looks different for every individual dealing with the disease. Senior Helpers wants to provide you with information, resources, and the help you are looking for.
Middle Eastern dishes are easy to prepare. The recipes include lean proteins, healthy fats, vegetables, and grains which are all beneficial to a healthy diet. Senior Helpers supports including healthier food options in your daily diet.
Senior Helpers provides a host of care services to seniors nationwide. Planning meals and creating grocery lists ahead of time cuts down unplanned trips to the grocery store. And when it comes to your loved one’s health, our caregivers will do everything they can to help them to stay motivated and confident in being independent.
It may at times be hard to lead a heart-healthy lifestyle because many do not know where to begin. Senior Helpers would like to provide you with a few nutritious options that promote heart heath!
Switching careers can be intimidating. Careful thought and research should be done before making any decisions. We have compiled a list of factors to consider when switching jobs/careers to make this change smoother for you.
The month of February is Black History Month. It is an annual celebration to honor the achievements African Americans have made. Senior Helpers would like to take the time to honor African American medical leaders in U.S. history
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and it could be looking a little bit different for you this year. No matter if you are with your loved ones or separated from them, we can all celebrate the holiday in our own unique way. Senior Helpers would like to share a few wellness-boosting activities you can participate in on this upcoming Valentine’s Day!
It is no secret that caregivers are modern-day heroes in the lives of many. With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the need for caregivers has skyrocketed. More now than ever, seniors are requesting in-home care.