When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, it can be overwhelming. The following dementia books are recommended by experts.
As our seniors grow older and family roles evolve, we may find it difficult, at times, to show them how important they are. Here are some ways you can continue to show your aging loved ones how truly unique and precious they are to you.
If you have an elderly loved one who loves the outdoors, it is imperative to understand and recognize the signs of heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
As we age, healthy and appropriate exercise becomes even more important. Senior citizens who haven’t regularly exercised may not know where to start.
In order to help you to quickly assess which adult living option is right for you or your family, we've assembled a quick guide to explain your choices.
If you have a senior loved one in your life, you know that hearing loss is not only a physical issue, but can become an emotional one.
Assisted living residences and memory care centers serve populations considered at-risk during this COVID-19 crisis. It is our goal to protect them.