Aging in place is increasingly popular for seniors who prefer staying independent, but this living option has both benefits and drawbacks.
Although a highly personal decision that depends on many factors, the choice to move to assisted living can be made easier with these tips.
If you have an elderly loved one who loves being outside, it is vital to understand and address the symptoms of heatstroke and heat exhaustion.
When you suddenly become a caregiver, one of the most challenging aspects of your new situation is feeling alone and overwhelmed.
Learning more about the reality of life in memory care centers will help family members to have peace and confidence in the decision.
Deciding to stop driving due to age is a difficult milestone. No one looks forward to relinquishing their freedom and independence.
While in assisted living, a senior may develop dementia or Alzheimer's disease. This additional diagnosis may necessitate a transition to a memory care facility.
By the time we are 70 years old, we can lose up to 70% of our tastebuds - but increasing our sugar and salt intake could be a dangerous solution.
When older individuals incur an injury, their pain can be more debilitating, and recovery may not be as easy. Chronic illness and pain are challenging, but there are some ways to help alleviate and manage pain.
Green plants can assist our health on many ways, most notably by filtering the air - eliminating toxins and releasing oxygen into the room.