If you feel it may be time to speak with your loved ones regarding the assisted living decision, these tips should help you to speak lovingly and clearly with your family.
If you have a parent or family member who lives at an adult residence or an assisted living community, bring them home for Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Many seniors have spouses who still have traditional insurance and may wonder if it is more beneficial to stay or take advantage of Medicare.
If you are not making an effort to exercise and move outside of your daily routine, you can improve your lifestyle simply by walking.
No matter which form of belief someone chooses, having spiritual connections can significantly improve one's mood and mental health.
When senior citizens find themselves in a limited mobility situation, they may become discouraged - and not feel motivated to find new ways to stay engaged and active.
Keeping sugar and salt intake in check is essential for older adults to stay as healthy as possible, as they are already at elevated risk for diabetes, high blood pressure, autoimmune disorders, obesity, liver, and heart disease.
If you are a family member of a senior living in an adult residence, now is the time to begin planning ways to make their Thanksgiving special.
Concentrating on nutrition, exercise, and stress management can help seniors to boost immunity and defend against viruses, bacteria, and cold and flu.
Helping your senior loved one rediscover the motivation to meet people, stay engaged, and take care of themselves is one of the best things you can do for them.