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...
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...
Hydration Tips For Seniors in the Summer

Hydration Tips For Seniors in the Summer

Hydration is important year-round but can be especially hard to keep up with in the Summer heat. Unfortunately, many seniors struggle to drink enough water daily. While it’s never good to be dehydrated, in the Summer, it can be especially dangerous. This article will...
Is It Too Dangerous To Leave My Loved One Alone?

Is It Too Dangerous To Leave My Loved One Alone?

As your elderly loved one ages, they may not be fully able to care for themselves. It is not uncommon for elderly individuals to require more and more care as time goes on. Because of this, you should remain vigilant, and look for signs that your loved one may require...
Summer Heat Safety Tips

Summer Heat Safety Tips

Spring has always been a wonderful time of the year- winter coats are put away, baseball is on TV, flowers are blossoming and cool breezes flow through the windows. Spring seems like a distant memory as we race directly into the hot summer heat. Extreme temperature is...
Asthma in Older Adults

Asthma in Older Adults

While asthma is often associated with young children, it is not uncommon for it to affect older individuals as well. People often believe that children “outgrow” their asthma, but it generally is just in remission. Many of those children will face lung problems...