Life After a Stroke

Life After a Stroke

A stroke is a very serious medical issue, where normal blood-flow is cut off from the brain. About 800,000 Americans suffer from a stroke each year; and not everyone survives. There are 7 million stroke survivors living in the US; but most people do not fully recover....
Air Travel Tips for Seniors

Air Travel Tips for Seniors

When your age and health begins to limit your mobility, travelling by air can become a real challenge. While navigating through an airport can be tedious at any age, but it can be even more daunting when you have difficulty moving. It is important to know your limits...
Preventing Dehydration in Seniors

Preventing Dehydration in Seniors

Many of us attempt to remember to drink more water in our daily lives. Whether you grab a drink from the water cooler at the office or carry a bottle with you, people across the country are becoming a lot more conscious of how much water we drink. There are entire...
Arthritis Prevention and Care Tips

Arthritis Prevention and Care Tips

Arthritis, or joint disease affects about 50% of all Americans over 65, according to the CDC. There are many different types of arthritis, but all of them have symptoms that include swollen, stiff, and painful joints. Arthritis can be painful to deal with, and in more...
What to do When Dementia Victims Get Aggressive

What to do When Dementia Victims Get Aggressive

Suffering with Dementia or Alzheimer’s can be a very confusing and often frustrating process. If you have to care for or keep an eye on your loved one who suffers from dementia, you may also have to deal with the times that they can become aggressive due to their...

Holiday Visit Senior Checklist

The Holidays are a good time to check in with elderly family members, especially those who live alone. All loved ones age differently. We want to make sure they are healthy and safe. Here are quick tips on how to gently check in with your loved ones to determine...