Allergies in the Spring For Seniors

Allergies in the Spring For Seniors

When the weather warms up, the plants and trees get ready for the new season. And while that means that Springtime beauty is fast approaching, it also means that many seniors will struggle with seasonal allergies. Allergy season can be a real problem for many seniors....
Pet Companionship for Elderly Loved Ones

Pet Companionship for Elderly Loved Ones

When caring for your elderly loved one, it can be easy to notice social isolation, boredom, helplessness, and physical issues taking their toll. One way to help with these issues is a pet. Research and Pet Care For Seniors Research has shown pets benefit seniors by...

Eating Disorders in the Elderly

When we think of eating disorders, we often think of young adults and teenagers. Generally, the topic of eating disorders (EDs) is commonly discussed with younger people, but they can occur at any age. In fact, eating disorders in elderly individuals is a growing...

New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers: Emotional

Adapted from the Wall Street Journal, December 30, 2021 Here’s another Caregiver “Key Step” from SafeHarbor for a positive, healthy 2022. According to the Wall Street Journal, 53 million unpaid family caregivers, mostly women, are physically, emotionally &...
Surviving Spouse: Learning to Live Alone

Surviving Spouse: Learning to Live Alone

After the loss of your partner, it can be hard to learn to live alone again. As the surviving spouse, you may have to take on more responsibilities to ensure that you and your home are well taken care of. For many people, this could be the first time they are truly...

New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers: Financial

Adapted from the Wall Street Journal, December 30, 2021 SafeHarbor HealthCare has another Caregiver “Key Step” for a positive, healthy 2022. According to the Wall Street Journal, 53 million unpaid family caregivers, mostly women, are physically, emotionally &...
COVID Safety Tips for the Elderly In 2022

COVID Safety Tips for the Elderly In 2022

After almost 2 years of COVID-19 in America, the coronavirus has become one of the leading causes of death in the country. This is especially true for the elderly population of the country. Advanced age, and the health complications often associated with it, are risk...

New Year’s Resolutions for Caregivers: Mental Health

Adapted from the Wall Street Journal, December 30, 2021 SafeHarbor HealthCare is back with another Caregiver “Key Step” for a positive, healthy 2022. According to the Wall Street Journal, 53 million unpaid family caregivers, mostly women, are physically, emotionally...
Ice Safety for Seniors

Ice Safety for Seniors

As temperatures drop and Winter is in full swing, icy paths can pose a major threat to our elderly loved ones. While slipping on ice can be a real issue for anyone, seniors are more likely to become seriously injured from a fall. This article will discuss safety...