Many senior adults sadly face the twin risks of loneliness and isolation as they age. See how you can help your loved one stay social!
Although caring for an older relative or friend can be one of the most gratifying experiences you’ll ever have, it can also be one of the most physically and emotionally demanding. What follows are some essential tips to remember when you suddenly find yourself thrust into the role of caring for an aging loved one.
If you have an elderly one it's possible that they will need caregiving assistance. Some signs that your loved one needs help are physical and mental change, poor personal hygiene. Find more about symptoms and cures.
It's common for older adults to experience loss of memory. Luckily, we have top tips to improve and sharpen senior brain health that include being physically and mentally active, socializing, a healthy diet, and much more.
Millions of older adults suffer from depression. What causes depression in seniors and what can be done to help? Keep reading 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.
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.
Parkinson’s can be a very complicated disease to diagnose, with signs and symptoms that mimic those of other health conditions commonly found in the elderly. If you are currently caring for an aging in place loved one, here’s what to look for.
Caregiving is not only physically demanding and time consuming, it can also have a detrimental effect on one’s emotional and mental health. In honor of Mental Health Month, here are 4 reliable ways for caregivers to stay mentally strong.