With another summer upon us in Southwest Florida, heat exhaustion in seniors is a concern for those who have older loved ones that enjoy having “fun in the sun” during the warmer months.
We understand that bringing in a home care provider is a sensitive topic for seniors and that you want to be sure your timing is spot on before approaching your loved one to have “the talk.” To help you decide if now is the time to bring a caregiver aboard, consider these seven signs.
Getting involved in social activities, trying new things, socializing with family and friends, and engaging and connecting with others help seniors stay engaged and make their life far more interesting than choosing to become isolated.
The food we in-take shapes our lifestyle. It's crucial to include superfoods in the diet to boost your brainpower. Check out the 7 essentials that are best to improve senior brain power.
Caring for an ill spouse is always difficult, especially for seniors. However, asking for help and taking care of yourself is of utmost importance. Find out more tips in this article.
Long gone are days when active and healthy seniors were a myth. Now, adults fill their lives with healthy activities that make their minds sharp and help them to stay young at heart. Learn about the top 5 activities right now.
Does your senior loved one need help? If you’re concerned that they may need more help at home, watch out for these signs that show it's time.
These tips can improve the quality of your aging parent’s sleep, overcome age-related sleep problems, and improve their overall quality of life when they’re awake.
Depression is not a normal part of aging. It interferes with a senior’s daily living and can trigger a downward spiral resulting in a series of health issues. Look out for these signs and take action to help!
For seniors, getting into an overly repetitive routine that doesn't engage them mentally can end up taking a serious toll on their health. To prevent that, here is a list of 5 activities to help seniors remain mentally stimulated.