Tips for Coping with the Changes Your Parent Faces After a Stroke

Watching your parent go through a stroke can be a terrifying situation. Strokes are very serious medical condition, and are the third leading cause of death and leading cause of long-term disability among older adults. This means when your parent goes through a stroke, you will be a critical element of their recovery. As their family caregiver, you won't just be helping them deal with the stroke itself. You will also be facing the changes they can experience after the stroke, and ... Read more

7 Winter Safety Tips for Elderly Adults

Winter means beautiful frosty landscapes and exiting holidays, but it also means harsh weather, freezing temperatures and dangerous conditions in many parts of the country. Family caregivers like you need to put some thought into how you can keep your elderly relative safe, healthy and warm during the winter months. Here are 7 winter safety tips for elderly adults that you as the family caregivers should implement as soon as possible. 1. Stock up on ice melt and make arrangements for someone to ... Read more