Health and Wellness Tips for the Elderly // Health and Wellness can be a huge issue for us all as we age. This can be down to immobility, lack of exercise and even the weathering of old age. But there are some things we can do to help fight the negative affects of age.
“Technology and old people don’t mix” – this is not true! Technology and seniors can nit really and it can really enrich their lives. Video calls, recording events and even food deliveries can all be made easier all with the from technology.
Senior living community’s don’t have to be boring and bland. If you pick the right community for your loved one it could be the freedom they need and the life that they want!
Food, friends and activities – everything you need to know about senior communities and what you need to look for when finding the best one for you.
What is Dementia and how is it best explained? Today we look into our recent webinar and pull all the important facts and how to best understand its affects. How many stages of Dementia are there? There are several different types of Dementia, with Alzheimer’s disease being the most common. Though when it comes to […]
Are you a 55+ adult who wants to stay fit and healthy? Are you wondering how you can keep your body durable and your mind alert? It can be easy to neglect your fitness routine, especially after you retire and develop a more relaxed schedule. Senior fitness, however, is critical to keeping you fit and […]
Did you know 40 percent of people over 65 struggle with some form of memory loss? Although some forms of memory loss are inevitable, there’s no reason why you can’t slow it down. Challenging the mind and performing brain exercises is an excellent way to keep the mind sharp. Read on to learn about the […]
We understand that sometimes looking after a loved one is done out of duty and love. How,ever you also have to realize when it goes from being love into being a care giving role where you may need help – there is nothing wrong with asking for help. As a caregiver, you may want to […]
A care givers day can be a mix of many things. It may be emotional support, physical support or even a mix of social work as we help families get used to the new change in a loved ones circumstances. A family caregiver is a person who provides any type of physical and/or emotional care […]
Alzheimer’s and dementia can be very hard for a family to live with but it doesnt have to mean the end of a family relationship. Today we talk coping mechanisms and systems. n the United States alone, there are more than 16 million Alzheimer’s and dementia caregivers. During National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness & Family Caregivers […]