Tips for Helping Your Senior with Parkinson’s Disease Cope with Vision Problems

Vision problems are common among those living with Parkinson's disease. These challenges can vary, including blurry vision, dry eyes, difficulty blinking or opening the eyes, slowed movements that … [Read more...]

Help! My Aging Mom is Home Alone All Day

There are plenty of factors that contribute to social isolation for elderly adults, from retirement and long-distance families to health issues and the death of a spouse. Living alone is a real … [Read more...]

Communicating Effectively with an Elderly Adult in the Advanced Stage of Alzheimer’s Disease

The advanced stage of Alzheimer's disease, often referred to as late stage Alzheimer's, is the end of the progression. This is often considered the most difficult time for caregivers as they face the … [Read more...]

How Can You Talk to Your Senior about Safety without Making Her Feel Defensive?

Talking about safety with your senior is absolutely vital as her caregiver. Your senior's safety is one of the most important topics there is. But if you go about it in the wrong way, your elderly … [Read more...]