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It can be challenging for some folks to make friends after retirement. You might feel like you don’t have anything in common with people your age, or you might not know how to meet new people. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! In this blog, we will discuss some tips for making friends as a senior. Keep reading to learn more!
As we age, it becomes increasingly important to consider the safety of our activities. Some chores are inherently safer than others, and it’s essential to be aware of which ones are safest for your aging loved ones. In this blog, we will compare safe and non-safe chores, so you can make the best decision for your loved one!
As you age, it becomes increasingly important to have regular eye exams. Seniors are more likely to develop vision problems, and many conditions that affect vision can be treated successfully if caught early. This article will discuss how often seniors should have check-ups and what to expect from an eye exam. We hope this information will help you keep your eyes healthy and ensure that you enjoy good vision for years to come!
There are a lot of misconceptions about long-term care. Some people think it is only for the elderly, while others believe it is expensive and unnecessary. In this blog, we will debunk the top 10 most common misconceptions about long-term care.
Deciding to move a loved one to an assisted living facility can be overwhelming to some. You want to ensure that they are taken care of and get the best care possible, but you also don’t want to leave them feeling alone or out of place. In this blog, we will walk you through the entire process of moving your loved one to an assisted living facility. We’ll discuss what to look for in a good facility, how to prepare your loved one for the move, and what to do after they’ve moved in.
Depression is a common mental health condition that can affect people of all ages. In seniors, however, depression may be an early sign of dementia. Studies have shown a strong link between depression and dementia and that many seniors diagnosed with depression eventually develop dementia. If you are concerned about your elderly loved one’s mental health, it is important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of depression and dementia.
It is estimated that nearly 43 million Americans provide unpaid care to a loved one. Whether it’s taking care of a spouse, parent, or child, caregivers often sacrifice their own health and well-being in order to provide care for others. In this blog, we will explore the effects of caregiving on both the caregiver and the person being cared for. We will also discuss ways to manage these effects and maintain your health and well-being.
If you need skilled nursing care, it’s important to know what types of services are available. Skilled nursing facilities offer a wide range of care options, from short-term rehabilitation to long-term care and everything in between. In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at the different types of care that are available at skilled nursing facilities.
Thinking about assisted living? It’s a big decision, and there’s a lot to think about. One of the most important factors to consider is what kinds of activities are offered in the community. After all, you’ll want to be sure that your retirement years are as fun and active as possible! So, what are some of the activities typically available at assisted living communities? Keep reading to find out!
It can be hard to understand the differences between post-acute and long-term care, especially if you’re not familiar with the terminology. When making a decision about what type of care is right for you or a loved one, it’s important to understand the differences between post-acute and long-term care.