Arthritis can prevent you from doing daily activities. Learn some stretches that can warm up your muscles and provide you with arthritis relief.
Everyone deserves a break. Caregivers are no exception. Debunk this caregiver myth with ways to take a break from caregiving.
If your loved one suffers from dementia, memory exercises for Alzheimer’s disease can keep you and your loved one’s brains working and healthy.
Celebrations don’t stop after a certain age. Find out the importance of social activities for seniors, and give them something to look forward to.
Adult day health care for veterans is a way for a veteran to be cared for and can provide veteran caregivers skills to care for their veteran loved one.
Emotional support for caregivers helps when you need to express your feelings and prevent harmful emotions from taking over.
Meditation for seniors can benefit their mind, body, and soul. Learn more about meditation techniques like gentle exercise and muscle relaxation.
Even our elderly clients can do yoga! Discover yoga for seniors that can help your loved ones stretch out, relax, and reduce stress.
Horticultural therapy can help seniors remember activities they used to do in the past. Learn more about gardening for Alzheimer patients.
Caregiver self care is just as much a priority as the care of a disabled loved one. Learn the dangers of neglecting your own well being.