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.