Here are five insights into the ins-and-outs of successful caregiving that can make your journey more effective and enjoyable.
What can you do to help the senior in your life get, and remain, active? Here are five great ways they can enjoy themselves and benefit from staying active.
If you're caregiving for a spouse, providing quality care requires that you stay physically and mentally healthy. That may mean asking for some help.
It can be tough to convince someone they need help, even if all of the indicators are there. For this reason, it is necessary to apply a respectful, gentle approach when helping aging parents with finances. Here's how.
The "sandwich generation" comprises those who are taking care of their own children while helping to care for aging parents. For some, this may seem like an unmanageable situation, but here are a few things you can do to help manage the stress.
While occasional feelings of sadness are normal, it is important to look for any signs that your loved one may struggle with more than just a case of the blues. Here are some signs and symptoms of depression, along with options for how you can help.
Now that warmer weather is on the horizon, and vaccinations are rolling out, it may be tempting to plan a trip to see our senior loved ones. Here are a few vital things to consider before you go.
Low-impact workouts provide a safer alternative that won’t stress out sensitive joints and muscles. What follows are some low-intensity exercises that should help keep your senior happier and happier for years to come.
Many aging-in-place seniors with malnutrition run the risk of losing their independence for good. If there’s an elderly loved one in your life who may be malnourished here’s how to identify the warning signs, along with ways that you can help.
Sadly, millions of aging-in-place elderly Americans can no longer perform basic tasks because of a chronic medical condition, illness or injury. Known as activities of daily living, or simply “ADLs”, this article will explore them in more detail, along with ADL challenges that seniors face.