Watch Out for Signs of Anxiety in Aging Relatives

While many family caregivers may be on the lookout for evidence of depression in their aging relatives, seniors are more likely to suffer from anxiety. Anxiety disorder is quite prevalent in elderly … [Read more...]

Could Your Parent’s Fall Be Related to a UTI?

Per the 2010 census, there were 40.3 million senior citizens in the U.S. The CDC reports that 1 out of 4 seniors falls each year. That means more than 10 million elderly men and women fall each … [Read more...]

Helping Your Parent’s Brain Stay Active

The term “use it or lose it” is often applied to the muscles of the human body, but the same holds true for the brain. Just as with your body, physical and mental fitness as well as a good … [Read more...]

Could Stress at Work Be Contributing to Your Stress as a Family Caregiver?

Senior Care in Mississauga Stress at work can really take over the rest of your life, too. It can make your overall stress levels and your stress from caregiving seem bigger than they are. Here are … [Read more...]

Recognizing Stroke Symptoms

Senior Care in Mississauga February is American Heart Month, and while this month long observation is the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about heart disease, the risks associated with this … [Read more...]