Here are some ways that keeping a daily caregiving routine provides value, not only to seniors, but to their caregivers as well.
There are many non-physical caregiving ways to help improve a senior loved one’s mental wellbeing. Here are a few of the better ones to try.
How can you make sure it's the right time to begin home care for your aging loved one? Look for these telltale signs.
Being a working family caregiver can seem truly impossible. However, there are several proven ways to balance caregiving with work.
If you're thinking about moving mom or dad in, what does caring for an aging parent at home really involve? Read on and see!
If you want your parents to continue aging gracefully right at home, here are some ideas for helping them to stay where they want to be.
As a parent or relative ages, it can be difficult to balance respect for their independence with protecting them from negative consequences of mental or physical health problems. A Power of Attorney for Elderly Parents [...]
Dealing with memory loss isn’t easy and seeing your loved ones go through it is heart-wrenching. An older adult with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia needs a lot of care to manage their daily life. These [...]
Having a companion in life, whether they are a relative, friend or caregiver, helps keep the mind active and prevent social isolation. Someone there to engage in conversation with, even if it's for a few [...]
Aging parents comes with many challenges, such as not having the same physical strength to move around and do chores. Many seniors who opt to stay in their own homes will need to make home [...]