We know how challenging it is to be a caregiver – how easy it is to feel overwhelmed, to feel like there’s not enough time in the day. But it can help to know that you’re not alone. In this section of our blog, we cover practical tips on caring for aging loved-ones, effective respite care ideas, and other topics just for caregivers.
After your loved one moves to an assisted living community, visiting regularly is an important way to stay connected and show how much you care. In fact, healthcare experts agree that frequent visitation and socialization can help keep your loved ones physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy as they age – even when you’re just popping […]
Strength, sight, reflexes, and mobility naturally decline as you get older. What these attributes have in common is that they all help to either avoid tripping hazards, or recover from a stumble and prevent a fall. Even for healthy individuals, the chances of falling only increase with age. In fact, falling is a seriously common […]
Discover several proven strategies caregivers can use to foster better interactions with loved ones suffering from dementia.
The following tips and modification ideas can help you create a safe, functional space for your aging loved ones throughout the home.
We discuss how seniors can use multi-sensory therapy to inhibit depression and enhance the quality of life when living with dementia.
How to Choose the Right Short-Term Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility After a Hospital Stay
Learn about your choices in post-hospital care, and determine what is necessary for you or a loved one to truly recover before going home.
Moving a loved one into assisted living is a transition like no other. Preparing ahead of time will help everyone to relax and adjust faster.