Are your aging parents feeling a bit more lethargic lately? If so, here are some great ways to boost your senior loved ones' energy levels.
According to the American Family Physician, 70 percent of accidental deaths in those over the age of 75 are caused by falls. The falls that aren’t fatal often lead to one needing respite care or being placed in a nursing home. But thankfully, there are ways to keep yourself or your family member well-balanced and out of an elderly home.
Many people have heard the message that engaged minds and muscles help us stay healthy as we age. This article shares simple activities that can help you and that special senior in your life stay active and healthy.
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), roughly 230,000 Americans a year get injured in their bathrooms, and most of those accidents result from bathtub slips and falls experienced by people over age 65.
Millions of elderly Americans suffer from dementia, and when it happens to someone close to you it’s painful to watch as their condition progressively worsens. In order for you to reconnect with them better, try out these 7 strategies.
As seniors grow old their pace of life slows down and this can hurt them in the long run. To fight this, seniors can adopt new hobbies like these that they can enjoy.