How to Boost Morale During the Coronavirus Pandemic

We’re all struggling during this difficult and uncertain time, but it’s the aging and disabled who are truly feeling the effects. To shield the most vulnerable members of society from the virus, assisted living services, nursing homes, and private homes across the...

Malnutrition in Seniors

Signs to Look For (and How to Be Sure) While some symptoms can be associated with illnesses or other health issues, they’re important to know, for everyone’s sake. Symptoms of malnutrition include (but are not limited to): Constant tired feeling Weight loss Dizziness...

How to Care for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

You never think it’ll happen to you – or, worse, someone you love. That lively, happy person who filled your days with joy becomes a stranger, a shell of their former self. Someone you don’t recognize. Someone who doesn’t recognize you. It scares you. Where do you go...

What to do when the caregiver gets sick

You thought you had it all planned out. You know what to do when you’re running low on adult diapers, food, or medicine. You can handle it when the power goes out or the plumbing acts up. To everyone you know, you’re strong and capable – admirable, even. You put on a...

Understanding Hoarding

Understanding Hoarding Hoarding is an often misunderstood term. Many people apply it to situations that are nothing like hoarding, or they consider hoarding to be far beyond their current situation. In both scenarios all of those involved are hurt by their lack of...

Seniors/Elders Dating Again

Love doesn’t end if you pass a certain age, and neither does happiness. Elders who may be without a close partner later in life do not need to settle for loneliness, but can instead seek out a new partner who might live within similar circumstances. These connections...

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