Many experts agree that the fear of falling is often related to a senior dealing with depression. How can you ease that fear?
Everyone wants to be independent, including seniors. So how can you help them maintain their independence while improving their quality of life? Try in-home care.
You won’t be alone if you decide to move an aging parent in with you, many do it, but how do you know when it’s the right time for them to move in?
Many seniors have to spend time in a nursing home or hospital as they recuperate from a fall, and some never fully recover. To prevent that, let's take a room-by-room approach to identify trip and fall hazards and minimize them.
When your aging parent's health and mobility start to decline, it can be hard to watch as you remember all the love and nurturing that they gave you growing up. Fortunately, there are several reliable ways to help an elderly parent age with dignity, starting with these.
At some point you may be asking yourself “Should I ask my aging parent to move in with me?”. Deciding if you should move an aging parent into your home takes some thought. Here’s how to determine if it’s the right call.
Your elderly mother was recently diagnosed with dementia, and you can see the disease changing her with each passing month. Because mom still lives on her own, you’d like to start planning some care for her in the event she becomes incapacitated.