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Helpful Aids for Seniors at Home

Seniors living at home

Helpful aids for seniors to make tasks easier Many seniors choose to live in the comfort of their home, and they are very happy with that choice. It helps them stay motivated, active, and stimulated. Staying at home can give you privacy, independence, and security. But


5 Tips for Preventing Heat Stroke in Seniors

Preventing heatstrokes in seniors

Extremely hot temperatures can be harmful to anyone, but seniors are particularly vulnerable to heat strokes when the weather gets too hot. Seniors with the lowered immune systems, heart disease, or general weakness are susceptible to heat strokes. Whether your elderly loved is in a


8 Tips to Prepare for a Telemedicine Appointment

Telemedicine appointment

Telemedicine and telehealth have helped people everywhere during the COVID-19 pandemic. With physical distancing measures in place, many patients and doctors were compelled to communicate over the telephone for everyone’s health and safety. What is telemedicine? Telemedicine is a term that covers the methods patients and doctors


Tai Chi for Seniors: Benefits and Resources

Tai Chi for Seniors and their caregivers Tai Chi for seniors is an extremely popular method for staying active in a safe manner. Due to various health reasons, it gets difficult for some seniors to incorporate exercise into their daily routine. Their limitations could include restrictive


Easter Holiday Activities for Seniors & Family Caregivers

Easter Activities for seniors

Easter Holiday Activities for Seniors and Family Caregivers Celebrating the Easter holidays is a special time for families. People look forward to spending time with their loved ones, arranging family gatherings and engaging in fun activities. Easter holidays are approaching and although we are mostly past


How Can Seniors Have Access to Essentials during COVID-19 Isolation?

Due to the global pandemic caused by Coronavirus (Covid-19), many families are forced to practice self-isolation. With self-isolation comes the concern for family members and their well being. Those with elderly parents or senior grandparents are more concerned because the elderly are more vulnerable to this new virus that has