Notes On Healthy Aging
In today’s digital world, online privacy and security are more important than ever. As an older adult, you may not have as much experience with smartphones, social media, and online banking. But with the increasing number of cyber threats and data breaches, it’s crucial to learn how to keep your online accounts secure.
If your loved one finds themselves suddenly needing to use a wheelchair, a once familiar home can seem like alien terrain. While you may not have the resources to complete any heavy-duty remodeling, there are a few simple modifications you can do to make your home more accessible and accommodating for wheelchairs.
Diabetes is one of the leading health concerns among older adults. The good news is that diabetes can be managed and even prevented with a few lifestyle changes.
Dementia can cause a wide range of symptoms that can make eating difficult, such as declining motor skills and difficulty communicating. As a caregiver, one of the most common challenges of caring for people with dementia is ensuring that they maintain a healthy appetite.
Every year, millions of people donate cash and gifts in kind (i.e. goods and services) to their favorite nonprofit organizations (NPOs) and charities. These tangible gifts are most definitely appreciated by the receiving organizations. However, if you ever found yourself wishing you could do more as a donor, assets like life insurance are a convenient type of donation that can make a profound impact on a cause you care about.