Category Archives: Home Safety Senior Adults

Tips for Seniors: 5 Ways to Freshen the House for Spring After a long winter with the windows shut and the fire going, the house can feel a little like a cave. Spring is often thought to be a time for cleaning, but there are other easy ways to bring a fresh new feeling into

Often adult children struggle with how to manage remote caregiver guilt.  Guilt is an extremely common feeling when it comes to caring for an elderly parent, and while in some cases it can motivate you do be the best caregiver you can, in other instances it may immobilize you. These feelings are often amplified when

Millions of people around the world suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). The Mayo Clinic describes the condition as a type of depression that occurs at the same time every year, usually during fall and winter, and which makes people feel moody and lethargic.  SAD easily affects elderly people, as they are often housebound through

Is Nutrition The Same At 80 As It Is At 40? Why is nutrition important for the elderly?  We all know how important it is, but what does it actually mean? The answer is, “right” is different for different people. Calorie requirements change as people age due to increased body fat, decreased muscle and less

When it comes to choosing what to put on your plate, there is no denying that some options offer more benefits than others. The right combination of vitamins and nutrients in certain foods can contribute to an all-around healthier lifestyle and work to keep the signs of aging at bay. Better yet, many of these

Noticing that your elderly parents are too old to drive safely and persuading them to give up their keys can be one of the toughest parts of the relationship that you have with them. Research by the AAA reports that many families face this struggle. As hard as getting your parents to agree may be,

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