Category: Private Care Options
Retirement is a fresh start. While the age that people retire varies, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates the average for American men and women is 63. With the median life expectancy in the United States at over 78 years, many….
The holidays are a time filled with love and laughter. These occasions often give us the opportunity to catch up with relatives and loved ones we haven’t seen during the year. During these interactions, you might notice some changes in….
As we age, our bodies and our minds evolve. Sometimes this change results in cognitive decline, including a lessening of mental acuity related to dementia. Identifying, acknowledging, and managing this season of change can be a challenge for the person….
One consequence of us living longer lives is there’s an increasing number of seniors who need long-term care. While the care needs of people change as they age, staying at home and living independently for as long as possible….
After a rehabilitation or hospital stay for you or a family member, there are many considerations to take into account before making the transition to home. The video above provides tips to facilitate the adjustment period after a move back….
Your home is your castle. But, as we age, different considerations emerge regarding our living environments, so those “castles” need to evolve to meet changing needs. While it’s important to be able to embrace independence, make sure it is….
In America today, we can expect to live longer than ever before. As we navigate our senior years, carefully managing chronic conditions is one key to staying healthy. Getting older can bring on health problems as our bodies change….
According to a 2009-2011 survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Washington, D.C., approximately 41% of 65-year old adults reported their health to be excellent or very good. The CDC says people in America today can….
How to determine if you are a caregiver and what you can do to support seniors close to you We’re living longer, healthier lives. While it is a tremendous bonus to enjoy each other’s company for years more than in….
It is important to recognize the difference between agitation and aggression in people living with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Agitation means an individual is restless or worried; the person can’t seem to settle down. They may be….