For many seniors, incontinence can be messy, uncomfortable, or embarrassing. If you are assisting an aging loved one with bladder control issues, these incontinence care tips will help keep them more comfortable, confident, and active.
You’ve probably done a lot to make sure that your loved one can age comfortably at home, but have you ever considered doing a home safety evaluation?
Seniors sometimes aren’t careful enough to protect themselves during the summer months. Here are five things you can do to help.
Sometimes it seems like having an aging parent move in with you is the logical next step. However, here are 12 things to consider before you do.
Substance abuse can become a problem for anyone, regardless of their age. Here are the causes and symptoms of senior substance abuse, as well as how to treat it.
Since elder abuse can happen to anyone, this post will look at the warning signs that elder abuse is occurring and what you can do to help.
Did you know that up to five million seniors face elder abuse every year? Here are five steps you can take to help prevent it.
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.
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.
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.