When people think of home care for seniors, they primarily think of a senior’s physical needs being met: meal preparation, bathing, dressing, housekeeping, etc. While these are all a part of helping a senior stay healthy and age comfortably at home, meeting the emotional needs of an older adult is also necessary to maintain their health and happiness.
Many experts agree that the fear of falling is often related to a senior dealing with depression. How can you ease that fear?
Proper nutrition is essential for maintaining a senior's quality of life. Here's how you can help the seniors in your life avoid malnutrition
For aging-in-place seniors, chronic depression poses a serious threat to their quality of life and independence. Keep a lookout for these signs.
Millions of elderly Americans suffer from malnutrition. If those nutritional deficiencies continue, it can lower a senior’s quality of life and place their independence at risk. March is National Nutrition Month, making it the perfect time to show your special senior how to eat right on a budget.
If there’s an aging-in-place elderly loved one in your life, heart disease prevention should be a priority. February is American Heart Month, making it the perfect time to introduce your senior to some heart-healthy lifestyle changes.