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Plan a summer adventure with your aging loved one. Our tips and ideas give you everything you need to know to take grandma out for a fun and safe day.
Neurons are the information messengers that transmit information between different brain areas, and we have so much more to discover and learn about our brain!
Though the terms are often used interchangeably, palliative care and hospice are not the same thing.
As we get older, participating in social activities can become more stressful. When dementia is added into the mix, it can become even more challenging.
The number one concern is to offer effective and compassionate care while improving the quality of daily life.
If you live an hour or more away from the person you are providing care for, you may be considering a long-distance caregiver.
The holidays can be fun for older adults even if they have physical or cognitive limitations. It’s all about spending time together and enjoying good company.
The months after a loved one experiences a stroke are often challenging. It’s a transition that requires a whole new outlook on care, routine and priorities.
From bath mats to kitchen counters, everyday household items and chores can become a real hazard as we age.
The great outdoors can offer a whole host of benefits that can help seniors to feel better in mind, body, and soul.
Whether it is caring for seniors, disabled, chronically or terminally ill people, we have the knowledge, understanding & compassion to help you through.
There’s something beautiful about the cooler days of fall. The leaves changing colours of gold and orange makes being outside a pleasure.
Understanding how to assess your aging loved one’s ability to complete activities of daily living (ADLs) to help ensure they live their best life.
Caregiving for senior loved ones is typically challenging. Distance adds more complications. Online Care Monitoring brings the distance closer.