With the weather getting warmer, trying to prepare for outdoor social activities for your loved one takes extra preparation. We have some guidance for preparing for activities for a senior or disabled loved one.
Does your elderly loved one want to keep their independence but need a place for care? These care options for independent seniors help your loved one feel they are independent while getting the care they need.
They may be celebrities, but they aren't immune to Alzheimer's Disease. These are seven famous celebrities who suffered from Alzheimer's aren’t immune to the wrath of this memory disease.
If you are looking for a different option for your loved one other than assisted living, adult day care is the perfect alternative for care. Senior adult day care is the next best thing for your loved one who need access to everything they need to maintain their quality of life.
Is it true only older people are generally caregivers? We bust this caregiver myth about a caregiver’s age to prove it wrong. Caregivers comes in a wide range of ages, some even scared their age won’t give them enough experience to care for someone.
Shut the TV off tonight and exercise the brain muscles of your loved one and yours with these entertaining and impactful cognitive exercises for seniors. They will strengthen their memories and brain health.
American Heart Month is celebrated in February to bring awareness to heart diseases and other conditions affecting this vital muscular organ. Keep your ticker running for longer when you care for it with extra love during the romantic month.
Everyone has an impression of adult daycare as a place for those who are ill but they are for more than just elderly who need daily help.
January is Glaucoma Awareness Month, and it is important to understand what glaucoma is and the signs and symptoms of this eye disease.
Some people are natural caregivers, while others feel they are not the best at it. However, there are many different caregiving techniques.