Want to help your loved one age in place? Learn what steps you can take to create an enjoyable, safe, and comfortable home care environment.
Each year, millions of older Americans are admitted to hospitals for reasons ranging from injurious falls to strokes and pneumonia. Once that hospital stay is over, those seniors and their families face the difficult task of recovering at home.
After suffering from a fall, seniors will often face serious anxiety and ultimately their quality of life can suffer. These fall prevention tips can help!
As informal caregivers, following these safety tips will help ensure that seniors stay safe and comfortable all summer long.
If there’s a senior motorist in your life, knowing when to have “the talk” about turning over their car keys isn’t easy. Here's when and how you should.
Elder abuse is on the rise in the U.S. Since the start of the pandemic, it has become almost twice as common compared with previous years. Here is what you should know to help bring justice to our aging population.
If your aging parents aren’t as agile as they used to be, protecting them against trip and fall hazards should be a priority. To help you get started, these are some of the biggest threats to look for around their home.
As we get ready for the holidays, there are some potential safety problems you and your loved ones should avoid. It is common for younger and healthier family members to not consider the nutritional and environmental issues when they invite an older adult to a function. Reflexes diminish and health issues make us prone to [...]