As seniors get older their risk of developing DVT increases. Some of the risk factors for DVT that seniors and their families should know about are discussed here.
As we get older, it’s important to keep up with good dental hygiene. This piece will talk about the importance of good dental health and how personal care providers can help.
In this blog, we’ll discuss the value of skilled nursing care teams in helping seniors with their medication-related needs, as well as how this support enhances general health and quality of life.
If your senior parent is committed to staying independent but they are starting to have some health issues or mobility challenges home care can fill in the gaps.
Cozy cardio emphasizes self-care and enjoyment as much as heart rate. Continue reading to learn more about this trend for seniors.
You also should have an emergency bag with you anytime you take a senior parent with Alzheimer’s somewhere. Here are some suggestions.
Regular visits from a home care provider will help seniors keep their homes safe and tidy. Some other things that seniors can do to lower the risk of falls at home are listed here.
When a senior needs to lose weight after a hospital or rehab stay some things that they can do to make weight loss easier are discussed here.
What health problems can make things even more dangerous for adults who already have diabetes? Continue reading to learn more.
Seniors often face challenges that cause them to suffer from low self-esteem. Home care can be part of the plan to improve how they feel about themselves.