Senior Care

Preventing Temperature-Related Illness in Seniors

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), older adults are more prone to heat stress than many other age groups. Seniors’ bodies are not as capable of adjusting to high temperatures as younger adult bodies are.

Legal and Financial Planning Tips for Seniors

Legal and Financial Planning Considerations for Seniors

For older adults, it’s never too soon to start preparing for the future, even if you are perfectly healthy. Before an illness or injury creates added stress and urgency to legal and financial planning, you and your family should consider how you would like their property, finances and their own health cared for should anything happen to you in the future.

Tips for Creating a Memory Box: A Simple Solution with Powerful Benefits

Safety for Caregiver Spouses: Tips for Managing Challenging Behaviors

Tips to Detect Hearing Loss as You Age

Tips to Protect Your Loved One from Senior Scams

Avoiding Senior Scams: Protecting Your Loved One from Financial Abuse

Over the last decade, financial scams against seniors have increased significantly, and have become what many consider the crime of the 21st century. According to the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA), one in every 20 seniors falls victim to some kind of financial exploitation. Sadly, in today’s society, we need to be attentive to the financial safety of our older loved ones.

Tips to Communicate Effectively with Your Loved One’s Assisted Living Staff

How to Communicate Effectively with Your Loved One’s Assisted Living Staff

If your loved one is living in an assisted living community, it’s important for you to stay involved as their family member and advocate. Sometimes, you will need to be their voice when it comes to sharing their needs with the staff and caregivers of the community. In order to make sure that your loved one’s needs are being met, you need to know how to communicate effectively with the assisted living staff.


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