Home Care: Many seniors enjoy reading, but one drawback of reading is that the text in print can be too small. As they get older, audiobooks may be easier.
Elder Care: There are so many “shoulds” for your senior as she grows older, and her doctor may have already made some recommendations about changes she needs to make to her diet.
Senior Care: As colder weather sets in across the nation, more families stay inside and need things to do. Your parents can’t get outside into their garden.
Homecare: There are close to ten million family caregivers in the U.S. It’s estimated that about one of every five Americans is a family caregiver.
Home Care Services: Although magnesium deficiency is rare, with less than 2% of Americans having problems, many people are not getting enough magnesium from their diets.
Senior Care: Imagine this…You are taking care of your elderly loved one and realize they haven’t taken a bath in a few days. Or maybe, you came over to their house and realized it was a bit messier than usual.
Senior Health: As a senior gets older, they naturally lose bone density. This means if your parent or loved one falls, they could break bones easier.
Elder Care: September is World Alzheimer’s Month. Exercise can be a key part of your senior’s plan to keep her brain as healthy as possible.
Home Care Assistance: Your mom wants to remain in her home. She’s adamant that moving to your home is not acceptable, you may want to consider home care assistance.
Senior Health: When it comes to a senior’s health noticing small changes in their routine or in their health can help doctors catch a problem before it becomes a very serious problem.