Although a loved one may not be with us physically, they’ve touched our lives and their memory stays with us. Here are six ways to honor their memory and move forward in the healing process.
It’s no secret that, as we get older, things that we used to do easily become more difficult. If you or a loved one are finding activities of day to day life a little challenging, you may have begun to think about what options for help are available. Many seniors have family members who are…Read More
If you are a full time or part-time caregiver, you deserve (and need!) a vacation every once in a while. Caregiving is a demanding job, so you shouldn’t feel guilty about taking a break. Taking the time to rest and recharge will help not just you but your loved one as well! One of the…Read More
Proper nutrition is vital for good health no matter how old we are. However, many seniors have a difficult time planning and preparing meals. Even getting out to do the shopping can be be challenge! If you are caring for a senior loved one, maybe you’ve shouldered some of this responsibility. And maybe you’ve become…Read More
Home safety is a huge concern for seniors and their loved ones. After all, an accident at home can have a huge impact on a senior’s ability to continue to live independently. Thankfully, many accidents are quite preventable! A simple home safety check can help you to remove any potential issues in your loved one’s…Read More
All of us value our independence, but as we get older independent living can become more and more challenging. Many seniors cope with declining physical or cognitive health that makes it harder to do the things they used to do on their own. When health or vision issues make it necessary to stop driving, the…Read More
Seniors with physical limitations or those with dietary or budget restrictions may find grocery shopping to be quite challenging. These tips can make it a little easier for them.