Even when seniors clean the home regularly, there is always the dirt and crime hiding in places that don't get much attention during the year. So when you are ready to start your Spring Cleaning, here are a few basic items to consider.
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Many seniors are finding long lost loved ones, friends, workmates, and more, using social media. If you want to reconnect with someone from your past, here are a few tips to help you do that.
Palliative care, according to the World Health Organization, enhances the quality of life for people facing life-threatening diseases and their families. This type of care relieves pain, does not hasten or prolong life, affirms life while acknowledging that dying is a normal process, includes psychological and spiritual elements in the patient's care, and constructs a support system both for the patient and for the patient's family. It aspires to enhance the quality of life and as much normality as possible. Palliative care can begin in the early stages of a life-threatening disease along with therapies designed to prolong life such as chemotherapy and radiation.
As is customary when a new year starts, there have been many reminders of tax season floating around. This might not be the most pleasant things you will have to do this year, but thankfully, it does come to an end. In the meantime, here are 4 tips for seniors preparing their taxes.
You may want to do anything you can to keep a senior entertained. However, letting them sit on the couch for several hours a day in front of a TV could be one of the worst things that you could do. There are some dangers you should be aware of.
Many seniors are successfully aging-in-place, happily maintaining their independence in their own homes. In general, that becomes possible with the help of some home modifications along with senior-friendly gadgets that make life easier. Here are 5 items to help in the kitchen.
Likely you have heard of both sleep apnea and Alzheimer's disease (ALZ). But have you ever considered a connection between the two? A recent study suggests there might be a link. Here are a few facts to consider.
After the turkey and stuffing have been devoured, everyone's sharing the same thoughts, that they simply can't fit in another bite. However, there's always room for dessert! Rather than a predictable calorie loaded pumpkin pie, why not try a healthier dessert? Seniors will appreciate an option that benefits their overall health and dietary guidelines. Take a look at some low-calorie and healthier alternatives to have after your Thanksgiving feast this year!
As the Baby Boomers, children born between 1946 and 1964, become senior citizens, companies have begun to notice the untapped market of the aging and their specific needs. This has led to an ever-expanding catalog of products to help make seniors' lives easier or keep them safe. Companies are always coming up with new products and improving on existing ones, making it hard to keep up so here's a quick look at a few of the must-have senior products.