Father’s Day Activities with Seniors

Father’s Day Activities with Seniors

Father’s Day is fast approaching. While looking for a perfect gift for a dad or grandfather in your life, it can also be a great idea to plan a fun outing with them. Father’s Day is about showing your appreciation for all of the care and support they have shown over...
Home Improvements for Seniors with Poor Vision

Home Improvements for Seniors with Poor Vision

As your elderly loved one continues to live at home, it is important to ensure their safety. As your loved one’s vision begins to fade or become poorer, you may have to take the steps to improve visibility in the home. Causes of Poor Vision As you age, your eyes...
Hearing Loss in Seniors

Hearing Loss in Seniors

Hearing loss is a common issue for many aging seniors. Poor hearing is a part of getting older, and it can create a lot of issues for your loved one. This article will discuss signs that your loved one’s hearing is fading, and ways to improve communication with them....
Exercise and Getting Active Post-Pandemic

Exercise and Getting Active Post-Pandemic

With more and more people getting vaccinated, it is becoming easier for seniors to be more active out in the world safely. While it is still important to practice social distancing and wear masks, many senior citizens could benefit from going outside and getting some...
Heart Health Tips for Seniors

Heart Health Tips for Seniors

Heart disease is a serious condition that affects millions and is the cause of death in hundreds of thousands of Americans. Improving your heart health is an essential part of improving your quality of life and overall longevity. This article will discuss ways to...

Mealtime and Dementia Care

Mealtime can be a real challenge when caring for a loved one with dementia. Those suffering from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can have trouble understanding and communicating their hunger cues. Because one’s motor skills and cognitive reasoning can be affected by...
Food Insecurity and Nutrition in Senior Citizens

Food Insecurity and Nutrition in Senior Citizens

Food insecurity is a growing problem in America, where many communities have limited access to enough nutritious food to live a healthy lifestyle. For senior citizens, this is becoming more and more problematic. Defining Food Insecurity Food insecurity is less about...
AFib in Elderly Individuals

AFib in Elderly Individuals

Atrial fibrillation, otherwise known as AFib, is a heart condition where an irregular or quivering heartbeat occurs. This can lead to blood clots, heart failure, stroke, and other complications. This can be a serious medical issue that requires immediate treatment. It...
CDC Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated Individuals

CDC Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated Individuals

As COVID-19 vaccinations become more readily available to the public, many elderly individuals are receiving their doses. As we take the steps to overcome this pandemic, the CDC has released public health recommendations for those who have received their vaccines....
In-Home Care vs Nursing Homes

In-Home Care vs Nursing Homes

As your loved ones age, it becomes harder and harder for them to fully care for themselves independently. When deciding how to best provide care for your loved one as they age, many families try to figure out whether or not to take their loved one out of their home....