September happens to be Disaster Preparedness Month as this is often the month the worst of the nation’s hurricanes hit.
While she’s always wanted to stay in her current home, it’s getting harder for her to manage everything she needs to do each day.
When seniors are in the habit of exercising outdoors, like going for walks or bike rides, they may not want to stop exercising outdoors just because the weather is getting a little warm.
Since your dad’s stroke, he’s needed more help than you and your brother can manage. You both work full time and have to travel for your jobs.
The statistics show that seniors who are socially isolated have a higher risk of developing depression and anxiety as well as physical health problems.
Your dad has COPD, and it can make it hard for him to breathe. His doctors tell you to make sure you avoid cleaners with strong perfumes or chemical scents.
The U.S. Senate established July 24th as International Self-Care Day, an awareness day started by the International Self-Care Foundation in 2011.