Are you concerned that your parents might be developing Alzheimer’s disease? Forgetting a person’s name or turning off the TV is normal. But when it starts happening all the time, then it’s meant for concern. Alzheimer’s is a serious progressive disease that is difficult to diagnose in the early stages. Only as the disease progresses do people start to show symptoms related to memory loss and cognitive decline. But if left untreated, the symptoms can become debilitating, significantly impacting one’s quality of life. While there is no cure for Alzheimer’s, there are treatment options that can lessen the symptoms. So,…> Read More
There’s just something about the holidays that always feels a little magical. From the social get-togethers to Christmas tree shopping, to the nostalgic lights and decorations strewn along streets and in homes – the holidays make us feel a little more alive during the dark and cold winter months. For seniors, however, this time of year can be particularly difficult to endure with limited ability to get around and stay active and engaged with others. For families with aging loved ones, wintertime is when they really need us the most for beating those winter blues. To help, here are some…> Read More
Dedicating time for some fun and leisure is just as important for seniors as it is for children. It gets them out socializing with others, it helps to improve their memory, keeps their motor functions operating, improves their mental state, and helps keeps their entire health in check. If you’ve been looking for a few indoor leisure activities for seniors – whether it’s for you or an aging parent to try, here are a few we recommend that will keep you busy and entertained for hours. Container Gardening Even if it’s raining or snowing outside, seniors can still garden at…> Read More
Are you considering moving into a retirement home? Many boomers like yourself are finding more benefits to downsizing and transitioning into a community of other like-minded retirees. If you’re interested but still feel a little apprehensive about making the move, here are some simple steps to take that can help you have an easy transition to a retirement home. Make Time to Reminisce The transition phase between leaving the family home and moving into a retirement home can be quite stressful at first. Knowing that you’ll have to part with many of your cherished possessions and leave your familiar comforts…> Read More
We often take our grandparents for granted and forget to spend more time with them. But with our busy schedules, it’s often hard to fit in the time to visit our parents, let alone anyone else in the family. However, with these quick tips, you’ll be able to spend more quality time with your grandparents, who always appreciate a visit. Call Them Monthly (Or Weekly!) Taking ten minutes to pick up the phone and call them once a month shouldn’t take up too much time out of your schedule. Just remember, your grandparents are often busy enjoying their retirement. So…> Read More
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