Malnourishment is a huge concern for aging family members, so it’s important to be aware of the signs that your senior isn’t getting the nutrition she needs.
Indoor activities can be just as engaging as outdoor activities. Keep your parents engaged and entertained with these four activities.
You have been acting as your mother’s primary caregiver, but it is taking a toll on your physical and emotional well-being.
If your elderly loved one does need to downsize, it might be a good idea for you to help them make plans ahead of time.
As your elderly loved one ages even more, they might experience some changes to their mouth and nose.
Many of us make a lot of excuses to avoid things we don’t want to do. It might be a conversation we don’t want to have with somebody we care about.
Gastroesophageal re-flux disease (GERD) affects an average of 23 percent of the U.S. population.
It is important for you to work with your elderly loved one to reduce their risk of falling in their home.
Great Oak Senior Care announced today that it has received both the 2021 Best of Home Care® – Provider of Choice and Employer of Choice Awards from Home Care Pulse.
It’s Optimism Month, which is a great time to practice a new mindfulness technique.