What behaviors are common for older adults with dementia? Your loved one may display a variety of different ones, but here are some of the most common.
Numerous studies by AARP have confirmed that 8 out of 10 seniors want to age in place instead of being moved into an assisted living facility or nursing home. Here are five basic modifications to make a home safer for seniors.
While motor skills can deteriorate as adult ages, leading to more falls, other physical and health changes, and sometimes the medication taken to treat these changes, make falls more likely as parent ages. While falling is a major fear for seniors, it doesn’t need to rule their lives.
As seniors grow old their pace of life slows down and this can hurt them in the long run. To fight this, seniors can adopt new hobbies like these that they can enjoy.
How do you know when a loved one needs help? Here are several signs to look for when deciding if in-home senior care is needed.