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Making Sense out of Nonsense

Being a young caregiver for Alzheimer’s and dementia is challenging – as you already know. It feels like a bad book that I can’t put down, and I am forced to read, partake, to envelop myself. Over the past month or so, my mom has progressed with Alzheimer’s, losing...

Personal Safety Tips for the Elderly Living Alone

A whopping 12 million American seniors live alone and nearly 70% of them are elderly women. So, why are so many elderly people striking out on their own instead of living in senior care facilities? Well, the answer to that one is simple – older adults value their...

11 Tips To Help Your Elderly Loved One Prepare For Cold Weather

The crisp air and changing seasons are an enjoyable time of year for many. But for elderly individuals, colder weather can also bring added risks and discomfort. But don’t worry—the following precautions as well as enlisting the help of professional elderly care in...

How to Help Shut-Ins Not Feel Shut Out

Nearly 30% of Americans over the age of 65 live alone, according to the most recent US Census Bureau report in 2010. Health Concerns Associated with Living Alone Although living alone doesn’t mean someone is incapable of leaving his home, it can lead to other health...

Social Activity: Why It’s Crucial for Seniors’ Health

As we age, we are more likely to be lonely. We lose loved ones along the way, witness close friends move, and endure many hardships.  On average, seniors without spouses or partners spend about 10 hours alone each day. Oftentimes it can feel very lonely and isolating...

Tips for Bath Safety

The bathroom is the most dangerous room in the house. In fact, 80% of all falls in seniors occur in the bathroom. You may be wondering how one of the smallest rooms in the house could be considered the  most dangerous. The combination of a slick and confined area with...