Holidays for caregivers hold unique challenges that can be successfully met with strategies for healthy priorities and refocused expectations.
The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and Providence Hospice of Seattle are using the national "We Honor Veterans" campaign, a comprehensive program funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) aimed at treating veterans at the end of their lives, to benefit veterans.
The best time to make decisions regarding long-term care is well before it’s needed. An unexpected illness or injury may force you or a loved one into making hasty decisions.
Helping your parents understand when it is time to turn in their car keys for safety is an important, but difficult task. Here are several tips to make that job easier.
Learn about some of the gadgets that are available on the market today which can make your job of caregiver much simpler and less stressful.
Find out what the health risks are of being a fulltime family caregiver, and what you can do to seek help.
Assisted living facilities are no longer dirty or lonely. Today's senior homes provide a healthy and happy atmosphere for older individuals.
Before you hire a home health care service provider, there are 10 important questions you should ask them. Find out what those questions are.
Find out what steps you can take to make your home safe, removing some of the dangers that could cause you physical injury.
Several Medicare programs are designed to help seniors remain living in their homes. Learn how to avoid a nursing home and pay for in-home nursing care.
Top tips for choosing a new investment home in a master planned community.
The bus system can be frightening and confusing at first, but keep these tips in mind and tackling public transport will be easy.
Knowing when to move aging parents to an assisted living facility is complicated. Yet there are some definite signals you can use to make that decision.
Being a caregiver for an ailing spouse can be emotionally and physically draining. Learn strategies and tips for getting the support you need while providing the care your loved one requires.
As you get older, you may have to think about an assisted living facility. That can be an uncomfortable prospect for many people, because it conjures up visions of nursing homes full of elderly people. Fortunately, there are many assisted living facilities that don't operate that way—and that will keep you busy and enjoying life for a long time to come.