Safety is all the more critical for seniors, who are more prone to injury.
While there’s no cure for sundowning, you can minimize it with a few key tips.
Dementia can mean an extended grief, losing someone you love little by little, instead of all at once.
What to say to someone who is dying can depend on the person’s family traditions, beliefs, and religion.
Need something to lift your spirits on a difficult day or inspire you to be your best self?
A home is a place where one should feel safe and at ease.
A death anniversary can feel devastating and lonely.
Seniors who suffer from dysphagia – difficulty swallowing – often have to start a liquid diet.
Some people simply are not suited for and can’t be a caregiver for their elderly loved one.
As your parents start to age and need everyday care, you may decide to take on the responsibilities of a caregiver at home.
If you lose someone you love, grief is a natural response.
Tai chi is excellent for seniors for a variety of different reasons, including physical, mental/emotional and social.
Why might seniors want a DNR?
What are the benefits of dogs for seniors?
Falling and slipping accidents are very common, and seniors are often the group most prone to fall.