COVID-19 – Self-Isolation Is the Best Way to Prevent Coronavirus

It's very important that your parents avoid other people right now. Self-distancing is the best way to avoid catching COVID-19. They do not want to be around other people, and that's hard to avoid … [Read more...]

Can Small Changes Make a Difference in Your Senior’s Approach to Bathing?

You could be noticing some changes in your elderly family member’s hygiene habits, such as putting off bathing for longer and longer periods of time. There can be a great many reasons for this, so … [Read more...]

What You Need to Know about Personal Care and Your Senior

  Personal care tasks are tasks that everyone needs to handle on a daily basis, like brushing teeth, bathing, and taking care of skin and hair. Some of these tasks might be ones that your … [Read more...]

Can Senior Care Help Your Senior to Improve Her Health?

So much goes into keeping your senior as healthy as possible. She needs proper hygiene, adequate rest, and the right nutritional balance. But all of that may be extremely difficult for her to manage … [Read more...]

Four Tips for Making a Fall Less Likely if Your Senior Has Osteoporosis

  Osteoporosis makes your senior’s bones weaker and more prone to breaking if she should fall. That’s why fall prevention is a huge priority if your elderly family member has been diagnosed … [Read more...]

How to Help Your Parent Save Money on Vet Visits for Their Pet

As a family caregiver to your elderly parent, you no doubt know how important their pet is to them. A pet offers them comfort, companionship, and unconditional love. Many older adults who live alone … [Read more...]

Why Should Seniors Eat More Fish?

You may have heard that experts recommend adults eat 2 or more servings of fish per week to improve their health. But, what makes fish such a healthy choice and why should you consider adding more of … [Read more...]

Tips for Reducing Agitation in Dementia

Many older adults suffering from dementia experience agitation and anxiety. It is a common symptom of the disease. As brain cells are destroyed, the senior has more difficulty navigating the world, … [Read more...]

Are You New to Considering Respite?

If you’ve been feeling run down and extra stressed lately, you might be in need of some respite time. Respite involves making it possible for you to take time away while your elderly family member … [Read more...]

Five Tips to Turn Your Day Around

If you’ve ever had one of those days that started off on the wrong foot and just kept getting in your way, you might have thought about just giving up. But as a caregiver, your attitude helps to shape … [Read more...]