One of the easiest mistakes to make, when you’re a family caregiver, is assuming you can’t turn to outside support, unless you give up this great responsibility.
Trying to support an aging parent, spouse, or even close friend who has been dealing with Alzheimer’s is going to be a challenge.
May is Arthritis Awareness Month and for a senior who has been dealing with arthritis for many years, they understand how challenging and frustrating it can be.
When an aging senior moves into an assisted living facility, they will still need to visit their primary physician, perhaps specialists, and even their dentist and optometrist.
February is Wise Health Care Consumer Month and when discussing the future with somebody of advancing years, perhaps they are in their 70s, 80s, 90s, or beyond, assisted living may very well be a topic that comes up.
Assisted living is one of the best elder care options a person can choose, especially when they need support on a regular basis. Many seniors will turn to their immediate family first. This might be a spouse, but can also…
How often do we generally make excuses to avoid doing things we don’t really want to do? If you’re like most people, excuses are easy. They may even come naturally. If you have been avoiding talking to your aging father…