Transportation help for seniors

Having transportation help is an excellent benefit and can be necessary when needing to get to one place or another. Transportation is also good when it comes to visiting the ones we love. However, the older we get, the more difficult it becomes to operate a vehicle. Some functions that begin to deteriorate include memory,…

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Fall activities for seniors

As summer changes to fall, there’s a fun activity for everyone. It can be a little hard for seniors to join in the fun. However, you can easily include them with these easy fall activities for seniors. Volunteer for Local Charities There are numerous volunteer activities, which could be enjoyed. Here is one great idea.…

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Caregiving tips

Taking care of aging parents and grandparents is a difficult job. The right caregiving tips can help you ensure that your loved ones are getting the help they need. At some point, our parents and grandparents will find that they can no longer take care of all their daily needs without help. Caregiving or home…

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Hearing loss and seniors

The Hearing Loss Association of America suggests that older adults should have their hearing checked every three years. Hearing loss in both ears can happen at a younger age, but having only one ear affected is more common. You can lose hearing from exposure to loud noises begins in the high frequencies and usually occurs…

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Home healthcare

Seniors in their golden years may need assistance with their activities of daily living and often require care from their adult children. However, as we all know, they may have other obligations such as a full-time job. If you are the adult caregiver for your mom, dad, or grandparents, you may need some help. Home…

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Self-care for caregivers

Self-care for caregivers is beneficial for all healthcare workers regardless of age, gender, or social status. Studies have shown that people who take care of themselves are more satisfied with their lives and handle stress better. Despite that, caregivers are less likely to take care of themselves than non-caregivers. Caregivers are more likely to experience…

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Sleep help for seniors

It’s an unfortunate part of life – we all need sleep help from time to time. This, of course, includes seniors. There are many reasons a senior could have difficulty sleeping, and this usually isn’t a problem. The simple process of aging changes the way we sleep, after all. However, when a senior has consistent…

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Grandparent's day

Grandparents have a special connection with their grandkids, and that relationship should be nourished. This Grandparent’s Day, celebrate with the seniors in your life by taking a little extra time to be with them. If you don’t know what to do to celebrate this special day, read our tips, then get creative! Write a Letter…

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Stay cool with seniors

While summer has a lot of fun to offer, it can also be a hard time to get through. The warmer weather is great for getting outside and offers way more things to do. However, the heat can get to be too much. The risk of heat stroke or sunburn can put a damper on…

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Patience is a virtue

A positive attitude can make challenging moments in life easier to deal with in any situation. Realistically, however, the most even-tempered person can have times when anxiety, stress, and frustration contribute to a loss of patience. This is especially true when acting as a family caregiver for an older loved one. Fortunately, the techniques mentioned…

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