How to Communicate with Seniors – Top Tips

How to Communicate with Seniors – Top Tips

How to Communicate with Seniors – Top Tips April 18, 2024 The aging process brings many challenges when it comes to communication. Seniors may suffer from hearing loss, their speech can become indistinct, and confusion can affect their thinking process. Knowing the best way to communicate with seniors can help to turn a frustrating situation […]

Tips on Caring for Someone with Dementia

Tips on Caring for Someone with Dementia

Tips on Caring for Someone with Dementia April 11, 2024 Caring for a loved one with dementia can be a stressful and challenging time. But with the proper care and support, it can be a rewarding experience.Unfortunately, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease can affect a person in so many ways. Dementia can lead to loss of […]

Recognizing the Signs of Depression in Older Adults

Recognizing the Signs of Depression in Older Adults

Recognizing the Signs of Depression in Older Adults April 4, 2024 Recognizing if an older adult is depressed can be challenging. This is because depression affects older adults differently from younger adults. Many seniors who suffer from depression don’t realize they’re depressed until someone points out their behavior patterns. But if you are providing care […]

How to Help Seniors Age with Dignity

How to Help Seniors Age with Dignity

How to Help Seniors Age with Dignity March 28, 2024 Aging brings multiple challenges for older persons as they deal with changing circumstances. Feeling restricted with what they can do physically can be difficult. This could mean relying on walking supports, spending more time indoors, or giving up the driving license. All these changes can […]

How to Help Elderly Parents Adjust to Life without Driving

How-to-Help-Elderly-Parents-Adjust-to-Life-without-Driving

How to Help Elderly Parents Adjust to Life without Driving March 21, 2024 Being independent is very important for elderly parents and having to adjust to life without driving can be very difficult. Some seniors may try to hide the fact that their eyesight is failing, their reactions are slowing, and their driving skills are […]

How to discuss incontinence with an elderly loved one

How to discuss incontinence with an elderly loved one

How to discuss incontinence with an elderly loved one March 14, 2024 Discussing incontinence with an elderly loved one can be a very sensitive subject. It may be embarrassing for children of elderly parents to approach the subject. Very often, children may not want to offend their parents. However, seniors may not realize that there […]

How to Spot Symptoms of a Stroke

How to Spot Symptoms of a Stroke

How to Spot Symptoms of a Stroke March 7, 2024 If you have to care for an elderly relative or aging parent, it is very important to quickly spot the symptoms of a stroke. Prompt medical attention is crucial to help minimize any permanent damage to the brain and prevent other complications. In fact, getting […]

How to Communicate with Medical Staff on Behalf of Seniors

How to Communicate with Medical Staff on Behalf of Seniors

How to Communicate with Medical Staff on Behalf of Seniors February 29, 2024 If you have to care for an elderly relative, there will come a time when you need to communicate with medical staff on their behalf. Communicating with medical staff on behalf of seniors is an important aspect of caring for their needs. […]

Meeting the Challenges of Caring for Elderly Parents at Home

Meeting the Challenges of Caring for Elderly Parents at Home

Meeting the Challenges of Caring for Elderly Parents at Home February 22, 2024 Caring for older parents at home has its challenges. Home care for aging parents is an excellent way to save money and keep older ones in familiar surroundings. But providing constant care can take its toll on family members and the caregiver. […]

The Benefits of Resistance Training for Seniors Who Are Housebound

The Benefits of Resistance Training for Seniors Who Are Housebound

The Benefits of Resistance Training for Seniors Who Are Housebound February 15, 2024 There are many benefits of resistance training for seniors who can’t get out the house. Resistance training can help older people build up strength and bone mass which can help prevent injury. This is especially important for housebound elderly people as they […]

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