Hospice Care Versus Palliative Care

Many people are eventually faced with the difficult task of obtaining either hospice or palliative care for their loved one. How do you know which is the right one to

Seniors Need More Rest: Senior Sleeping Tips

Does your mind start spinning with everything you need to do the moment you lie down to rest? If you are trying to balance work, family, and caregiving, your life

Senior Pet Separation: Letting Go

Many seniors enjoy the company of a cat, dog, or other pet in their golden years. Having a pet to take care of can ease loneliness, lower the risk of

Moving Parents to Assisted Living: When They Don’t Want To

One of the most difficult things you may ever have to do is moving parents to assisted living homes when they may not be ready. Maybe Mom is having trouble navigating

Seniors Managing Medication: Advice To Get It Right

Managing medication properly is extremely important, whether you are taking one prescription or several. But keeping track of refills, dosage schedules, side effects, and more is enough to make anyone’s

Seniors With Insomnia: Tips For Getting More Sleep

It is one of the most frustrating ways to end a day – lying awake while the rest of the household sleeps blissfully. No matter what you do you can’t

Seniors Grieving the Loss of a Spouse

If your parent or other loved one recently lost their spouse, you are probably wondering what you can do to help them deal with the situation. Especially if you are

Food and Drug Interactions Affecting Seniors

If you or a loved one takes medication on a regular basis, it is extremely important to be aware of the risk of food and drug interactions. Certain types of

Senior Snacks: Easy, Healthy Foods

Snacking between meals is a good way to keep your energy and blood sugar on an even keel throughout the day. Our appetite tends to decrease as we age, and

Fall Prevention: Tips For Keeping Seniors On Their Feet

Injuries sustained in falls send many senior citizens to the emergency department each year. According to the CDC, one out of three adults aged 65 and older falls each year.