Feeling concerned about global events, medical conditions, or changes in our social life is completely normal. However, if a senior loved one experiences frequent, severe anxiety, it may interfere with daily life.
If you are considering a professional memory care facility for your loved one, you need to address several concerns. Here are five of the most common memory care FAQs
You've spent many happy years together, and growing old together has been everything you hoped it would be. Like most married couples, you continue to make decisions that are best for both of you.
While it has always been essential to take care of ourselves, the pandemic highlighted the need for people of all ages to practice a self-care routine that supports physical and emotional health.
When you are drafting a last will and testament, it is imperative to remember to list your passwords and access information for your executor.
Moving into an adult living facility can be life-changing in many positive ways. Here are just a few of the benefits that living in a community can provide.
Being in the hot sun all day can cause dehydration, but these healthy and hydrating foods can help you get through the next few months in the tastiest way possible.
Homes inspire memories of a new marriage, growing children, holiday dinners, and late nights on the lanai - and selling a home can be emotional.
Aging can have a strong emotional impact on older adults. They may feel alone and that others don't understand what they are going through.
Although several medical conditions can result in a loss of manual dexterity, it does not usually occur in younger people.