Nearly one in five Medicare patients experience readmission to the hospital after discharge. How can you avoid that? Read on to see!
Finding ways to better understand and accept your new role as a caregiver will make the entire process go more smoothly. Here are some tips.
Is your parent hesitant to accept help? If so, here are five ways to ease your senior loved one into accepting some professional home care.
Millions of caregivers take care of more than one person at a time- a growing phenomenon known as “compound caregiving”. Here are some important tips!
Is there a senior in your life who wants to remain in the comfort of their own home? Here's how to know when it's time for some home care assistance so they can do just that.
Although most seniors get depressed from time to time, depression is not a normal part of the aging process. Being able to detect the signs and intervene can be vital to their wellbeing.
If you're a family caregiver, here are some ways you can work with professional caregivers so that your loved one's needs are always being met.
As they age, communication can become increasingly difficult for elderly loved ones. Here are four tips that can help you overcome that obstacle.
In addition to the aging process itself, many older motorists face driving impairment challenges caused by certain medications. Before asking your parent to turn over the car keys for good, see if one of their medications could be affecting them.
Although serving as an informal caregiver is highly rewarding, it can also be physically, mentally, and emotionally demanding. If you’re an independent senior who relies upon an informal caregiver, these are some things that they might want you to know.