1. Enjoy Growing Older In The Comfort Of Your Own Home

    Getting older is a part of being human, and our senior years bring new changes and challenges. Sometimes, these challenges make it difficult to continue living independently at home, and many older adults will move to nursing homes or assisted living facilities to receive the care or assistance they…Read More

  2. How Your Brain Changes With Age

    As we grow older, all of our bodies’ systems grow and change with us — including our brains. Increased forgetfulness and other cognitive challenges are often seen as normal age-related changes, and these challenges are not necessarily cause for concern about Alzheimer’s or other diagnosable de…Read More

  3. How To Keep Your Brain Sharp as You Grow Older

    Forgetfulness is not always a symptom of a more serious problem — sometimes it is a perfectly normal, natural part of aging. (For more information on this subject, check out our blog on how to tell the difference between normal age-related memory changes and early symptoms of Alzheimer’s.) But …Read More

  4. 5 Signs Your Loved One Needs In-Home Care

    It can be difficult to know when an aging parent or loved one needs in-home care. They may be trying to hide their struggles and you may be too close to the situation to see how bad it's really been for them. If you've been worried about your loved one and are wondering if now is the time for in-hom…Read More

  5. Great Brain-Boosting Activities for Seniors

    One of the most important aspects of elder care is keeping the patient's mind active and engaged. The brain is a muscle, and just like the rest of our muscles, it needs to be exercised regularly to help it stay strong. This can be especially true for senior patients. That's because as we get older, …Read More

  6. Essential Qualities of an In-Home Caregiver

    When you hire someone to provide your elderly loved one with in-home care, you want to do everything to ensure that they are the right match for your needs. Even if they have the right qualifications, not everyone will have the right qualities to make them an excellent in-home health aide for the el…Read More

  7. When to Consider Hospice Care

    At the end of a long battle with a serious illness, you or your loved one may be struggling to live life. This difficult and sad time is made more stressful by trying to decide the best option for care. One option in the last stages of life that can empower patients is hospice care. Hospice is a way…Read More

  8. Tips for Communicating with Your Elderly Parent

    For many people, caring for their elderly parents is a great challenge. Even if you have a wonderful connection with your parents, the nature of your rapport changes as you both get older, and it can be difficult to navigate the changing landscape of your relationship. Not only do you need to take o…Read More

  9. 10 Benefits of In-Home Health Care

    Whether your loved one is aging, disabled, or ill, caregiving is a demanding job. You want to provide them with the best care, but you must also juggle your other responsibilities at work and home. Managing your busy family while giving your aging, disabled, or ill loved one the attention they need …Read More