A Home Caregiver’s Guide to Senior Medication Management


Medication management can be a challenge for home caregivers. Seeing a variety of pill bottles on the bathroom counter is a commonplace as we age, but seniors and their loved ones must know what each ...


When is it Time to Take the Car Keys From Elderly Parents?

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There is no feeling of freedom like a sixteen-year-old with a driver’s license. Getting behind the wheel of your first car is an early milestone in everyone’s life. It is one reason why it is so chall...


Caring for Aging Loved Ones During the Coronavirus Pandemic 


The coronavirus pandemic has made it increasingly challenging to care for our aging loved ones. Older adults are especially vulnerable to COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Based o...


Overcoming Caregiver Guilt When Caring for an Aging Parent

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Do you ever feel as if you can’t keep up with the demands of caring for an aging loved one? As a caregiver, your long list of responsibilities include everything from monitoring daily medication sched...


Senior Nutrition Strategies to Boost Immunity 

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During this time when protecting ourselves from illness is at the forefront of health conversation, proper nutrition is a key defense to bolster immunity. Nutrients are substances in foods that our bo...


American Heart Month

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February is American Heart Month, Here’s What You Should Know About Heart Disease Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both women and men in the United States, causing about 647,000 d...