There are many things an older adult needs to be able to do to continue living on their own. ADLs or those tasks a person must be able to do to take care of their physical needs.
Our digestive system goes through many changes as we get older. This happens for a number of reasons.
As many of you know, as someone gets old their body tends to struggle more. One of the challenges that many elderly adults have to deal with is hearing loss.
Knowing that the coronavirus is primarily transmitted through respiratory droplets, wondering if the virus can be transmitted by getting pool water into the eyes or mouth isn’t such an odd question.
A caregiving team makes your job as a caregiver easier and gives your elderly family member the consistent assistance that she needs.
It’s not always easy to see what’s going on with you while you’re deep in the thick of things.
Long-distance caregiving sometimes feels impossible, but it really is something that can be successful.
If your elderly family member becomes sick with a cough and a fever, she may have been exposed to coronavirus.
If you’re concerned about your elderly parent’s safety during the coronavirus pandemic, senior care can help to keep them safer.
Few caregivers have the time that they need just for themselves.