How To Best Help Seniors Adapt To The Internet

Internet

What’s the Real Truth About Seniors and the Internet? Most of us think of the Internet as something modern, something that the modern generations developed. Now, while it’s true that the current generation has had a lot to do with changing the Internet and how we use it, Baby Boomers actually get the credit for … Read more

How To Help Make Winter Depression Better

Winter Depression

Signs of winter depression in our elderly and ways to tame the disorder Change in the season can trigger depression and mood swings in our elderly. While many of us can adjust to seasonal changes, our elderly often find it difficult to remain active and cheerful. Often described as seasonal affective disorder, winter depression can … Read more

How My Heart Managed Painful Caregiving Loss

Caregiving Loss

As a professional dealing with Caregiving loss When you are dealing with Caregiving loss you should be strong, compassionate, and professional. I ran my own company as if the client was my own family members, but always stayed calm, helpful and not to close. It was difficult at times to shut the emotions off during … Read more

How To Travel With The Elderly With Incontinence Briefs and Wheelchairs

Travel – Tips for traveling with a senior citizen Travel can be fun and many of our seniors wish to travel across the globe and enjoy their life to the fullest. Which they were not able to when they were busy raising their families. However, with age, many seniors do not experience good health and … Read more

How Is Home Health Care Different From Hospice Care

Health Care

  Home health care vs hospice care   We think of home health care and or hospice care, whenever we have an ailing senior parent at home. Both of these services can be provided at home; however, they are distinct in their own ways. Advancing age brings along several ailments and challenges for our elderly … Read more

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