Supporting Seniors While Maintaining Independence

Supporting Seniors While Maintaining Independence

Seniors sometimes resist help because they want to maintain their independence. It is important to help them, while maintaining their feeling of freedom. Home health care exists because your loved one wants to feel like they are still in control, and living...
Dementia Caregiving and COVID-19

Dementia Caregiving and COVID-19

Caring for a loved one with dementia can be a challenge without a global pandemic. But, as reported cases rise, it is important to maintain proper care for your loved ones. These tips below will focus on ways to help guide your loved ones to take preventative...

Returning Home After a Stroke

Helping your loved one return to life at home after a stroke can be difficult. Adjusting to life after suffering from a stroke takes time, and your loved one will most likely need more assistance than before; even with simple tasks. You should work with your loved...
Reducing Caregiver Stress

Reducing Caregiver Stress

When looking after an elderly parent or loved one, the amount of responsibility can be stressful. Caregiving can be rewarding, but it is often a big source of stress, on top of work, the kids, and everything else in your life. When you are dealing with a lot of...
Mobility for Seniors

Mobility for Seniors

Mobility is a very important part of senior health. As we age, tired muscles and old bones make us want to stay sedentary. The less you move, the worse your mobility becomes. Staying active in your elder years is vital to maintaining good mobility. Here are some tips...
Depression in the Elderly

Depression in the Elderly

Depression may be an issue for many teens and young adults; but it can also be a dangerous, and often overlooked, problem for the elderly as well. It is not a normal side-effect of aging. While some periods of sadness can occur; deep, medically-diagnosable depression...