Hospice care is something many people confuse with palliative care which is the treatment that helps improve someone’s quality of life after they receive a serious diagnosis.
Is your elderly loved one living with arthritis? If so, every day might be a challenge for them. The most simple daily tasks can […]
May is National Bike Month and it’s a fantastic time for seniors to get some tips on how they can continue to bike safely as they get older. Biking is a great way for seniors to get exercise and socialize with friends.
Is your elderly loved one experiencing clinical depression? Whether it is mild or more severe, it could be a good idea to have them see their doctor or a therapist.
When you’re younger, you never imagine having to be the one helping your elderly parent at the toilet. Your dad struggles to get to […]
Is your elderly loved one having symptoms of depression? Maybe, you notice they sleep in much longer than they used to.