Involuntary Weight Loss-What Caregivers Need to Know

 Many elderly loose weight as they age, however, sudden and unintentional drops in weight may be a cause for concern. This type of change may be signaling bad health or other issues that need to be addressed. Noticing a difference … Read More

5 Great Podcasts for Seniors

  Podcasts today can be compared to what radio programming was like during the 30s-50s during the Golden Era of radio. Gripping narratives, situational comedies, wonderful story telling and so much more. While younger generations are no stranger to the … Read More

How to Tell the Difference Between Delirium and Dementia

Delirium and dementia can often be confused because both conditions can cause a person to become cognitively confused and emotionally distressed. Each typically occur when some sort of trauma has taken place within the brain. Delirium is more prevalent in … Read More

Safety Checklist for Seniors Living at Home

These days, more seniors are able to remain in the comfort of their own home as they age. This is partly due to the increasing amount of available resources for the elderly. Utilizing these resources is an important step in reducing … Read More

Reversible Dementia vs. Irreversible Dementia

With Alzheimer’s continuing to be on the rise, there is more talk than ever regarding dementia. With all of the media attention, it’s no wonder that so many adults worry that every lapse in memory or moment of befuddlement could … Read More

Senior Celebrity Spotlight: Susan Sarandon

Today’s senior celebrity spotlight shines on the beautiful and talented Susan Sarandon. At the age of 70, she continues to inspire others through her positive attitude, healthy lifestyle and learned wisdoms. Between acting, boxing, ping pong, humanitarian work and being a … Read More

Red Wine and Alzheimer’s Disease-What Do We Know?

There are fairly new and encouraging studies being conducted by scientists all over the world showing a positive link between a chemical found in red wine and Alzheimer’s Disease. While it may not be as simple as pouring a glass … Read More

Five Fun Ways to Accessorize Wheelchairs

Did you know that July is Wheelchair Beautification Month? Now is the perfect time to get your wheelchair beautified just in time for summer! Your chair doesn’t have to just be your ride, it can be a vehicle of artistic … Read More

What are the Benefits of a Nonprofit Nursing Home?

When searching for the right nursing home for your loved one, there are many things to consider. Your checklist will likely include things such as price, proximity, and environment along with the information you receive from the facility and reviews regarding … Read More

How to Create Meaningful Activities as a Caregiver

Providing seniors with meaningful activities lifts spirits, enhances mood and provides several mental health benefits. Maintaining a sense of purpose and self-reliance is very important to seniors even when they are in need of caregiving due to dementia or major physical … Read More