By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on November 6, 2019

Respite care is an excellent choice for seniors who are aging in place, recovering from an injury or surgical procedure, or desiring companionship. The option allows seniors to remain in the comfort of their homes while receiving high-quality care. Keep reading to learn why respite care may be the best…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on October 23, 2019

Senior stroke survivors can experience a variety of health conditions, including poor cognition and physical issues that prevent them from using their mouth and jaw muscles. As a result, it’s often difficult for them to communicate, especially at the beginning of the recovery process. Continue reading to learn about apps…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on October 9, 2019

The brain is one of the most important organs because it keeps the body’s systems functioning correctly. Following a healthy diet can keep the brain in optimal condition and lower the risk of diseases such as Alzheimer’s. Continue reading to learn which foods can cause Alzheimer’s and why. Processed Cheese…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on September 18, 2019

Finding the time to care for an aging loved one can be challenging, especially if you have a full-time job and other commitments. To get relief and ensure your loved one receives high-quality care, you should use in-home respite care. Below are some facts about how this service helps seniors…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on September 4, 2019

Alzheimer’s causes changes in the brain that affect the ability to remember things and complete daily tasks. However, therapeutic activities such as enjoying music can reduce many of the symptoms associated with the disease and boost a senior’s quality of life even as the condition progresses. Take a closer look…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on August 21, 2019

The majority of hospital readmissions happen within the first 30 days after people are released by their medical teams to go home. Seniors are the demographic most likely to be readmitted, and this is due to several different factors that affect their health. As hospitals are being challenged by the…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on August 7, 2019

Taking care of a senior loved one with dementia can pose numerous challenges. Your loved one may have significant cognitive deficits and memory loss and exhibit other behaviors such as combativeness and aggression. If your loved one becomes aggressive, consider the following interventions. Explain Procedures Aggressive behavior in seniors with…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on July 17, 2019

Parkinson’s disease is still the subject of research, and you may come across different myths and beliefs about what it means to live with this health condition. While Parkinson’s disease tends to be used as an umbrella term for a variety of different symptoms, you should know there are different…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on July 3, 2019

During the later stages of Alzheimer’s disease, your senior loved one may begin acting out and get upset or angry for no apparent reason. This anger may manifest itself as screaming, swearing, insulting you and other caregivers, throwing things, hitting, and acting aggressively. This is known as the “combative stage”…

By Danyelle Tippett, 9:00 am on June 19, 2019

Most cases of caregiver burnout are due to the prolonged stress family caregivers experience. However, using respite care can alleviate family members’ feelings of physical, mental, and emotional exhaustion, and the service can also enhance the daily lives of their elderly loved ones. If you’ve been wondering if there are…