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  • What Types of Help Will Your Senior with Cancer Need? It can be stressful taking care of an elderly loved one who has cancer. This is especially true if you are trying to do it on your own. Perhaps, you have already noticed that it would be easier if you had an extra pair of hands. Did you know that home care providers can ... Continue Reading

Caregivers

  • How to Help Your Elderly Loved One Get the Best Sleep As your loved one ages, they are likely to experience some sleep issues. Your elderly loved one might sleep fewer hours, go to sleep earlier than they used to, not be able to fall asleep well, or experience other sleep issues. It is important to know that many senior ... Continue Reading
  • Four Things to Try When You Hate Exercising Lots of people hate to exercise, but if you’re a caregiver, exercise needs to become a bigger part of your life. It helps with stress relief, it helps you to be physically stronger, and it helps you to be as healthy as you can for your senior. Whenever You Have a Spare ... Continue Reading

Caregiving

  • What Types of Help Will Your Senior with Cancer Need? It can be stressful taking care of an elderly loved one who has cancer. This is especially true if you are trying to do it on your own. Perhaps, you have already noticed that it would be easier if you had an extra pair of hands. Did you know that home care providers can ... Continue Reading

Elderly Care

  • Four Tips to Help Your Senior Keep Eating Your senior might slow down on eating for a variety of reasons, but that may not be what she needs. Eating the right foods in the right combinations is really important for her, so there are some situations you might need to look more closely at to make sure all is well. ... Continue Reading
  • Can You Still Keep Your Goals and Dreams Going as a Caregiver? For so many caregivers taking care of someone they love becomes an “all or nothing” sort of situation in which all of their own dreams and goals take a back seat to everything else that’s going on. If things are in a holding pattern with your senior’s health and well-being, ... Continue Reading
  • Has the Coronavirus Pandemic Made You a Sudden Caregiver? It’s possible that because of the coronavirus pandemic you’re suddenly doing a lot more to help manage your senior’s daily life. That means you’ve quickly become a caregiver when you maybe didn’t expect to do that for a few more years. You Might Have to Play a Lot by Ear ... Continue Reading

Health & Wellness

  • Managing Incontinence When Your Senior Has Dementia It’s difficult dealing with something like incontinence, but when you factor in other health issues, like dementia, everything gets that much more difficult to manage. Depending on the severity of your senior’s dementia, you both may be getting frustrated with the things you ... Continue Reading

Home Care

  • What Types of Help Will Your Senior with Cancer Need? It can be stressful taking care of an elderly loved one who has cancer. This is especially true if you are trying to do it on your own. Perhaps, you have already noticed that it would be easier if you had an extra pair of hands. Did you know that home care providers can ... Continue Reading
  • Managing Incontinence When Your Senior Has Dementia It’s difficult dealing with something like incontinence, but when you factor in other health issues, like dementia, everything gets that much more difficult to manage. Depending on the severity of your senior’s dementia, you both may be getting frustrated with the things you ... Continue Reading
  • Five Big Signs That Your Senior’s Driving Is Getting Dangerous When your senior is having trouble driving, that makes driving much more dangerous for her and for the people around her. There are a lot of different factors you can look at to see whether driving may be getting more difficult for your senior than it should be. Traffic ... Continue Reading
  • How to Safely Help Your Senior Use the Facilities Keeping your senior safe in the bathroom may mean that you need to make trips to the loo with her. She may only need help standing and sitting, but it’s important that you know how to properly assist with those actions so that neither of you get injured. Your Senior Needs to ... Continue Reading

Men's Health

  • Managing Incontinence When Your Senior Has Dementia It’s difficult dealing with something like incontinence, but when you factor in other health issues, like dementia, everything gets that much more difficult to manage. Depending on the severity of your senior’s dementia, you both may be getting frustrated with the things you ... Continue Reading

Senior Care

  • Is There Anything You Can Do to Avoid a Big Health Issue for Your Senior? No matter what health issues your senior is facing, there might be a possibility that she’s at risk of experiencing bigger problems. That can be really frightening for both of you and you might think there’s nothing you can do to avoid those worst-case scenarios. But there ... Continue Reading
  • What Are the Benefits of Chair Yoga for Seniors? When you think about yoga, you think of bending in unusual positions or sitting with your feet on top of your thighs. Chair yoga involves the benefits of yoga but from a safe, seated position that suits older adults with balance or mobility issues. Chair yoga is a safe way ... Continue Reading