Best Guide to Bathroom Safety for Seniors

As we all will eventually reach an age where the bathroom can for many not only become an obstacle course but dangerous as well this article offers up some safety tips for our aging seniors and ourselves in later years. Creating a safe bathroom is a task not too difficult for many. […]

November 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Dealing with Anger as a Caregiver

At times being a caregiver can be challenging. Anger is a strong emotion that can build over time and let loose unexpectedly. Being a caregiver means having to help others who can no longer do some every day things for themselves and their frustration in that may lead to frustration and anger […]

November 9th, 2017|0 Comments

Busting Senior-Care Myths: My Parents Aren’t Eligible for Medicaid

One of the most important but confusing things necessary in our daily lives is that of health care. For those who are considered seniors, understanding the ins and outs that go into medicaid eligibility and the impact that this can have is crucial in being able to seek out the care that […]

November 8th, 2017|0 Comments

We Can All Lend a Hand in the Search for an Alzheimer’s Cure

The world of Alzheimer’s disease research is expanding, and now there’s an easy way all of us can bring about the discovery of an Alzheimer’s cure. With an online game, Stall Catchers, many people are dedicating time to going through slides of mouse brains to aid research workers in establishing the effectiveness of addressing […]

November 8th, 2017|0 Comments

Can Alzheimer’s Caregiving Get Easier?

While caregiving will always be one of the most demanding yet rewarding careers, some caregivers are speaking out about how it can get easier as the years pass. For instance, many say that after gathering information through observation your first year in, the years following become a bit easier to adapt to. […]

November 7th, 2017|0 Comments