Caregiving can be a real struggle at times. With family disagreements, repeated doctor visits and the constant declining health of your love one. This article has some suggestions that can help.
Both caregivers and incontinence sufferers should realize that the most common cause of frequent urination is a urinary tract infection. This article has possible solutions.
Elderly people with dementia or other cognitive limitations are often overwhelmed by handling finances as they once did. They may be slow to understand new technologies and they may misinterpret a scammer’s true intentions. That’s why some may benefit from the protection of Guardianship.
Trying to keep your home clutter-free can be a real challenge. But too much unorganized and unused stuff can become a safety risk for seniors. This article has pointers achieving clutter free living!
ABLE accounts are a beneficial way for family caregivers, friends and relatives to help that disabled person maintain a better standard of living than being completely dependent on public benefits like SSI and Medicaid.
Utility Assistance to Help Seniors Stay Cool Are you ready for some hot days this summer? How about the high cost of cooling your home? Elderly and disabled persons are particularly vulnerable to high temperatures. Keeping the home cool is necessary to avoid health problems.….
Sometimes we take the U.S. Post Office for granted. But when there’s a problem we begin to realize just how much we depend on that service. Getting the help you need can be frustrating, especially for seniors and disabled persons. This article can help with….
It’s hard to communicate with someone when they can’t hear what you say. Even worse when trying to speak to them on the phone. Helping to acquire a hearing aid for our friend turned out to be a real challenge.
Consider the perspective of the senior who does not drive. If your loved one stopped driving, how can they get around to go shopping, and to go to doctor’s appointments, and social engagements? Who will help? Here are some ideas.
High summer temperatures can put elders in danger even in their own homes. Seniors, disabled, and those with young children can get help from cooling assistance programs in their area. Here’s some advice.