Month: January 2022
If you’re the caregiver for an older adult who has limited mobility or is bedridden, knowing how to detect and prevent bed sores is essential. In this article, our team explains what bedsores are, why they’re so serious, and how you can keep the seniors in your life bedsore-free.
Technology companies are constantly making new products like diagnostic chips, apps, and wearable devices to maintain health and detect issues early in seniors. While some of this technology is made specifically for seniors, others are made for the general population but offer more significant benefits for older adults. As one of New Jersey’s most advanced… Continue reading Best Technologies to Monitor Senior Health
With so much focus on COVID-19, it’s easy to forget that there is a normal cold and flu season going on too. And just like in every cold & flu season, it’s time for seniors and their caregivers to take extra precautions. These illnesses can be doubly miserable for seniors because generally speaking seniors tend… Continue reading 5 Cold & Flu Prevention Tips for Seniors
Just because your loved one with Alzheimer’s is now in a memory care community doesn’t mean that they can’t have or won’t enjoy visitors. However, it takes patience, skill and a positive mindset for both sides to have a good visit. Did we mention patience… because that is the most important thing! It takes plenty… Continue reading 5 Tips for Visiting Someone with Alzheimer’s
Staying warm in the winter seems like common sense, but it’s not always easy – especially for older adults. As we age, we become more sensitive to cold weather, meaning we feel cold more easily and find it more difficult to warm ourselves back up. Fortunately, there are many measures to take to avoid freezing… Continue reading 5 Ways Seniors Can Stay Warm This Winter