Checking in on Your Senior Parents this Holiday Season

As the holidays approach, you’re probably planning parties, family functions and other activities to make the most of the season. But don’t forget the...

Top Tips for Productive Doctor Visits

How many times have you gone to the doctor and forget one or more of the concerns you wanted to talk about? You’re not alone, but there are plenty of...

Types of Anxiety in the Elderly

 

Feeling anxious is a normal part of life. From our first day of kindergarten to our first date to starting a new job, we have all felt a little...

What to Know About Being an Executor for Your Elderly Parents

Becoming the executor of your parents’ estate may seem like the natural thing to do, but it’s a big responsibility and, depending upon the extent of...

Understanding Advance Directives

Living a long and happy life is a universal goal; But life is unpredictable. When happiness and independence are threatened by illness, injury or other...

Six Tips for Traveling with Seniors

Taking a trip with your favorite senior can be a wonderful experience you will long treasure. To ensure your adventure with elderly parents,...

Heart Disease Prevention for Seniors

Hardly a day goes by that there isn’t something on television, the radio or online about heart disease and associated health problems including stoke,...

Cooking for One: Tips and Recipes

Getting older brings about a lot of changes and one of the most frustrating is cooking for one. Finding ways to cook delicious, satisfying and...

Health Benefits of Laughter for Seniors

Humans have many things in common despite race, color, creed, or geographic origin. One of those is laughter. From infancy forward, we all laugh, and...

Avoiding Elder Dehydration: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

Everyone knows that water is essential to life, but many don’t understand how important hydration is as we age. Like infants and children, the elderly...

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