Arthritis Pain Relief Tips & Supportive Tools

Arthritis refers to a range of conditions that involve pain and inflammation of the joints. It is a degenerative condition, which means symptoms tend to worsen over time. Arthritis can be frustrating and painful and make life feel harder than it already is, but there are ways to ease Arthritis pain along with excellent tools…

Preventing Social Isolation in Seniors

Humans are social creatures; we all need some form of social interaction at all stages of life. Senior citizens can feel lonely, especially when living alone, but there are ways to encourage social interactions to prevent loneliness and isolation. Benefits of Social Interaction for Seniors Improved physical health Seniors who engage in relationships tend to…

How Do You Calm Down Someone With Dementia

While the main symptom of dementia is significant memory loss, it isn’t the only symptom. Seniors with dementia can also experience severe mood swings and become easily angered or agitated by things that didn’t bother them previously.  If you’re wondering how you can calm down someone with dementia, you’re not the only one. Many family…

Talking to Parents with Dementia or Alzheimers

It can be challenging for everyone involved when caring for a parent with a diminished memory. The emotional impact it can have can be devastating. You’ll probably notice their communication capabilities severely dwindle. They might even get extremely agitated during simple conversations. They might not even recognize you or other family members in some cases.…

Reduce Holiday Stress: Tips for Families With Disabled Loved Ones

The holiday season comes with joy, happiness, and sometimes stress. If you have a disabled family member, holiday stress can dampen the most important part of the holiday season— celebrating your family. What causes holiday stress? It’s easy to get caught up in changing schedules, taking on more responsibility, and setting high expectations. Give yourself…