Have you considered your dad’s dog and cats in his aging plans? Sometimes, pets don’t get the same consideration, and then something happens.
Back in 2010, a study of women 85 or older with Alzheimer’s disease found that 15% of them had a toileting disability and suffered from either bowel incontinence, urinary incontinence, or both.
Understanding the risk factors for a stroke for your senior is crucial in helping her to reduce her risk.
The advancement of technology and the increased availability of services such as home meal delivery make it simpler for older individuals to stay independent in their homes.
How do you help your dad take a virtual vacation? Check out these tips to make the most of these trips and use them to connect with your dad.
March is National Nutrition Month which means it’s a fantastic time for seniors and their families to learn more about the unique nutritional needs that seniors have.
CHF stands for congestive heart failure, and it happens when the heart muscle is unable to pump blood effectively.
If your elderly loved one is having some memory issues, there are some things that can be done to potentially improve their memory.
Is your elderly loved one using social media? If they aren’t, it might be a good idea to sign them up for social media platforms.
Respite Care in Sacramento CA: Everywhere you turn, you see the term “self-care” mentioned. What is self-care? Is it something you regularly practice, or do you ignore your own needs and focus on the things your dad has to have? It’s time to take a closer look at self-care and find the right balance.