Summer is here and the weather is getting even hotter. What is your elderly loved one planning on doing this summer?
Research shows that most elderly people love doing social activities. They just aren’t sure where to start or what exactly to do.
If your elderly family member’s dental health isn’t as strong as it could be, these changes might help.
Dementia is the reduction of cognitive functioning, such as remembering, thinking, and reasoning, along with the loss of behavioral abilities to such an extent that it interferes with a person’s daily life and activities.
The Mediterranean Diet is a popular one for some very good reasons.
A heart attack isn’t just frightening to the person it’s happening to, but also those he or she cares about.
Your senior’s health might not be where you or she want it to be right now, and that may be something you need to talk about.
April is National Occupational Therapy Month and it’s a great time to talk about what an aging parent or other family member may have to do following a stroke.
It’s easy to assume that recommending senior care to an aging parent would be met with frustration or even anger.
Stress takes a big toll on your senior’s brain and her body.