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September 5th marks International Day of Charity by the UN, to celebrate we are sharing some incredible organizations that we would encourage you and your community to support and donate to. All organizations mentioned support the wellbeing, health, justice and

Photo by Dennis Brendel on Unsplash As humans, we cherish moments of connection. A meaningful conversation has the power to subvert time by ingraining itself in our minds forever. While small talk possesses the ability to relieve awkward silence, your mind

Silverts General Manager, Joshua Norris, recently had the chance to join Ash Brown on her podcast “Ash Said it Daily”. Check out the interview or take a listen.

What does Medicare cover when it comes to aging? As caregivers and family members it is important to know what to expect when the time comes for extended health care services or moves into assisted living homes.

Easy dressing solutions such as adaptive clothing is designed to make life easier. Adaptive clothing is designed with the dressing needs of seniors, the elderly, and the disabled in mind. With functional features such as open back tops and side

Many caregivers end up ignoring their own health and needs because they are busy caring for others. Caregiver stress is one of the major reasons why family caregivers feel exhausted, depressed, or overwhelmed. Caregivers take on many tasks and those

Silverts is pleased to launch its new and improved website for better customer experience. Silverts Adaptive Clothing & Footwear is inviting visitors to explore its newly redesigned website. The new website has been designed and restructured to provide a user-friendly experience

Is your senior loved one experiencing hearing loss? A change in hearing function can be frustrating and the one experiencing these changes can feel isolated and depressed. With so many advancements in healthcare, impairment in hearing functions can be corrected

Family caregivers are often pressed for time. And if they are working and caregiving, their routine can be very hectic. Caregivers need all the help they can get. Creating a schedule helps prioritize items and balance caregiving and other tasks.

People living with disabilities often lack the representation they deserve. The right representation means celebrating stories of their triumphs and not just the stigmas. Disability success stories define those moments when difficulties and struggles were overcome with resilience, determination, and