Does Your Spouse Need Caregiving Support? He’s been your partner for decades. She’s been your companion for years. Lately, though, you’ve noticed changes. Perhaps your husband forgets words and dates more often, or your wife seems more weary and withdrawn.
Month: September 2014
Exercise Now — Avoid Falls Later Getting your vision checked. Removing loose rugs and stray cords. Avoiding medication interactions. Each of these actions can reduce your fall risk. But to keep falls from being part of your future, exercise is a must.
Senior Living: What Are Your Options? The United States is home to more than 75 million baby boomers. If you’re among them, odds are you’ve thought about how your needs might change over the coming years.
Don’t Let Stress Get the Best of Your Health The golden years. It’s a phrase that suggests an existence of unadulterated serenity. However, the reality of older age can sometimes play out differently. Especially when you suffer from a health problem or care for a spouse with a medical condition, the golden years can quickly …
Senior Isolation: How to Stay Connected Back in the day, if you wanted to talk with someone, you walked to his house. If he happened to live the next town over, you drove to him. In today’s world, though, staying social is much different.