Anger Management in Seniors

Anger Management in Seniors

It is not uncommon for families to notice their once mild-mannered loved one get angrier in their old age. Generally, this anger is not just an effect of aging but can be a sign of something else entirely. This article will discuss ways you and your loved one can find...
Make Moving Easy in Retirement

Make Moving Easy in Retirement

Guest Article by Andrea Needham For many seniors, moving is something they’ve been looking forward to for a long time. Warmer climates may be beckoning, a smaller home with less upkeep may be calling your name or grandkids might be eagerly awaiting your arrival....
Infections Common in Older Adults

Infections Common in Older Adults

Infectious diseases can be incredibly dangerous for elderly individuals. As you age, your immune system becomes less potent. This limits your ability to fight off foreign bodies like viruses and bacteria. In fact, about one-third of all deaths in Americans 65 and...
Monkeypox Information for Senior Citizens

Monkeypox Information for Senior Citizens

Monkeypox has been making the news as the virus is popping up more and more across the world. As there have been cases in New York, this article can serve as a guide for senior citizens, who may be concerned about this new outbreak. What is Monkeypox? Monkeypox is a...
Summer Activities For Seniors in 2022

Summer Activities For Seniors in 2022

Summer is in full swing and SafeHarbor Healthcare has a few suggestions to enjoy these hot summer days and evenings with outdoor activities to keep you and your loved one social, active and happy! Gardening As prices of groceries climb, planting a few favorite fruits...