Month: April 2023
Caregiving for a loved one with dementia is not easy – especially as the disease progresses. There are many symptoms and behaviors that pop up as a result of dementia,… Continue reading Is it Time for a Memory Care Neighborhood?
Current advice recommends people of all ages see their doctor regularly for check-ups, even if they feel great and don’t think anything is wrong. Prevention is key when it comes… Continue reading How Often Do Healthy Seniors Have to See a Doctor?
Every older adult prefers aging in place, otherwise known as growing older at home. Who wouldn’t? You sleep in your own bed, your home holds lots of memories, and you… Continue reading The Aging Continuum
Do you have a list of exercises for seniors on your fridge door, or does the thought of exercising make you feel tired? You’re never too old to exercise, even… Continue reading 4 Exercises Seniors Should Do Everyday
Caregiver burnout is a term used to describe a state of mental, emotional, and physical exhaustion that a person experiences when caring for a loved one. People who care for… Continue reading Recognizing Signs of Caregiver Burnout