As you and your loved ones age, often assisted living must become an option. Couples living together in senior communities is common, but it is important to know the facts.… read more →
The National Security Council has designated the month of April as Distracted Driving Awareness month. It’s crucial for drivers to be aware of distractions to help minimize the number of… read more →
Whether you’re in a minor fender bender or a major accident, it’s important to know which steps to follow to ensure the proper care is taken for you and your… read more →
Doctors recommend a well balanced diet to all, especially Seniors. As people age, their diets may need to change depending on how well balanced they eat. According to Ruth Frechman, registered dietitian and spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, there are ways that caregivers can incorporate healthy foods and specific actions to modify their loved ones health.
Did you know that one in six Americans get sick from foodborne illnesses? In reality, these numbers are most likely even higher, but people prefer not to report these cases to their doctor. A recent CNN article breaks down the five common sense ways to avoid food poisoning.
When it comes to defective product liability claims, most claims fall under three categories. When filing a claim, it’s vital to understand each of these to ensure a valid process. NOLO breaks them each down in this recent article.
Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity to spend quality time with your elderly loved one. Even if your family member cannot leave their home, there are a variety of festive ideas that you can bring to them. Check out these 10 Valentine’s Day ideas for seniors from Daily Caring.