Searching for ways to keep your senior loved ones active at home can be challenging, but it’s a positive step that needs to be taken. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
There’s “The Talk” your parents had with you years ago, and then there’s “The Talk” you now need to have with one or both of them. Of course, the subject matter is different, but they are both crucial conversations that can be tricky.
They’ve been dubbed “The Sandwich Generation” – children who find themselves caring for aging parents and their spouses and children. Here are some pointers they’ve shared that can help you better meet your loved one’s needs, as well as your own.
Whether it’s recovering after an operation, illness, or a hospital stay, transitioning back home can be an emotionally trying time for patients and their caregivers. Here are five proven ways to ensure that your recovering loved one gets the transitional care they deserve.
Spending too much time at home can negatively affect a senior’s quality of life and place their independence at risk. If you are an informal caregiver looking after an aging-in-place loved one, what follows are some creative ways to get them up and out of the house.