Alzheimer’s is a difficult disease for both the individual, family members, and caretakers. However, there are ways to make those that suffer from Alzheimer’s comfortable enough to live as normal and healthy of a life as possible.
You can make the transition to assisted living easier for your loved one by staying connected after they have made the big move.
Caring for an aging parent can be difficult in many ways. An adult child providing elder parent care can feel isolated, depressed and exhausted.
As the body gets older, the immune system weakens and puts an individual at a greater risk of the flu, Here are important flu prevention tips.
As people move into their senior years, life can get overwhelming. When seniors face uncertainty and change, depression is sometimes an unwelcome byproduct.
From assisted living to memory care, your loved one has a wide range of senior living options to choose from. Which is best for your family?
If you are a senior and you take medications, traveling can get rather confusing. Here are some medication management tips to consider.
Typical insurance policies often do not cover the costs of a nursing home or assisted living. Long term care insurance provides another option.
One of the decisions family members face is the type of residence most appropriate for the well being of a loved one - assisted living or nursing home?
Emergency preparedness is especially important for seniors who may be physically hindered or have other obstacles to being safe in a disaster situation.