Menu     

Tag Archives: Personal Care

Dementia and Driving

One of the concerns that families face when a loved one is diagnosed with dementia is driving safely. Some individuals may maintain the skills necessary for safe driving in the early stages of dementia while others may not. Since dementia is typically progressive, meaning the condition will worsen over time, driving skills will likely decrease. … Continue reading

Senior Care Tips when Recovering at Home

Are you or a loved one soon to undergo surgery? Maybe you’ve already been discharged from the hospital? The road to recovery is just as crucial as your surgical treatment. Many things can happen during the recovery process, so proper care and monitoring should be administered. When the individual recovering is a senior, the level … Continue reading

Reading Aloud to Elderly Loved Ones

One challenge we have heard from family caregivers is keeping our aging loved ones entertained and engaged throughout the day. Reading is one of the best activities for exercising the mind. Unfortunately, elderly people are often unable to read for themselves. They may not be strong enough to hold a book or may have trouble … Continue reading

Making Life Convenient for You

Day-to-day life can become a hassle if you have a disability or if you are a senior citizen. These chores can be time consuming and leave you completely and utterly drained. This can prevent you from doing the things you love and will reduce your quality of life. It can even lead to depression if … Continue reading