Family caregivers work tirelessly to give their loved ones a better quality of life. August is Wellness Month, and it’s a great time to remind caregivers to take a step back and think about their own wellness.
Guidance and practical steps to take to resolve conflict in the family-centered around your aging loved ones.
The most significant cost for aging adults is healthcare. Most people think that Medicare or Medicaid will cover their care requirements.
Those of us without any cognitive impairment can find the doctor’s visit a frustrating experience. Doctors have very limited time with patients, and even with preparation, it is easy to get side-tracked and forget important topics you want to cover.
10 Warning Signs that a Senior Needs Help at Home
In a medical emergency, there are many details to consider. Let’s take a step-by-step walk through the medical emergency of someone who is well-prepared.
A Professional ALCM is an expert, such as a social worker, counselor, gerontologist or nurse who:
It is perfectly normal as we age to experience slower cognitive processing speeds.
When should someone else be on accounts?
Reasons Older People Evaluate Living Situation and Consider Alternatives