The past two years has been a whirlwind for many, including seniors. The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the current Russia-Ukraine war, domestic politics, and… Read More »Common Ways Seniors Manage their Emotional Health
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Unusual, unruly and disruptive behavior can startle elder caregivers. While some seniors have always been challenging to deal with, for others, the unruly tendencies may… Read More »How to Manage Seniors with Difficult Behavior?
There are many reasons why aging people lose weight. As we age, we lose bone and muscle mass naturally that may affect our weight. At… Read More »Is Weight Loss Normal for Aging People?
When an elderly parent begins to show signs of cognitive decline, obtaining guardianship over the senior may be a prudent choice. An aging individual who… Read More »How to Become My Elderly Parent’s Guardian
Vaccination rollouts continue in Wisconsin and all other states in the US, prompting the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to issue new Covid-19 safety guidelines.… Read More »9 Available Activities in Wisconsin After Being Vaccinated
Dementia affects seniors in various ways and at different rates. In some people, the condition advances rapidly; for others, dementia progresses more slowly. How long… Read More »How Long Can a Dementia Patient Live at Home?
Unhealthy habits are hard to break for most people. But for seniors who are set in their ways, changing established routines is a major challenge.… Read More »Changing Unhealthy Habits in Your Aging Parents
Hip fractures seem inconsequential to younger people, but to an older person, the injury can be fatal. This is due to the fact that a… Read More »What Happens if a Senior Doesn’t Get Surgery for a Broken Hip
Pain is felt by dementia patients just as much as it is felt by anyone else. However, due to cognitive decline, seniors living with dementia… Read More »Pain Management for Seniors with Dementia