5 Steps to Effective Medication Management:

medication management

Does dealing with multiple prescriptions get confusing? If you or someone you love faces the daunting task of multiple medication management, don’t despair. Follow these 5 steps to manage your medicat...

What is Alzheimer’s: The Basics

What is Alzheimer's

For seniors and their families, even the mention of dementia can be terrifying. It’s important to understand what Alzheimer’s is before jumping to conclusions. Understanding the condition and what can...

Caregiver Roles When Caring for a Terminally Ill Senior

terminally ill senior

Any one of us could find ourselves needing to care for a terminally ill parent or close relative at some point in our lives. Regardless of your family connection, as the caregiver of an elderly and ve...

How to Talk To Aging Parents?

aging parents

When your parents start to age, you may begin to notice they are having difficulty in managing the day to day living. They could need help with chores or preparing meals. But getting them to accept th...

Is it still Okay for Dad to Live Alone?

Dad to live alone

When your dad lives alone, you may begin to worry as he gets older. You may notice that he’s wearing the same clothes a few days in a row. Or, he seems to be more forgetful as of late and has trouble ...

In-Home Care: How Do I Know if My Husband Needs More Care Than I Can Give Him?

in-home care

As couples move into their later years, a spouse can find him or herself in the position of being the caregiver for the other. This could be as simple as helping with basic tasks, or it could be very ...

How Can Elderly Care Prevent Seniors From Falling?

elderly care

Elderly adults of 65 or older are falling at an alarming rate of about one out of every three people. When adults in this age group fall, there can be a severe consequence as well as life-changing one...