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.
Work-related injuries can be extremely stressful. Not only is the injury a strain on your body, but it often makes it difficult to survive financially. If you’re injured at work, it’s important to understand your legal rights and responsibilities. Here are 10 tips from NOLO on how to get the most out of your workers’ comp claim.
In honor of National Bath Safety Month, we’re taking a deeper look at how to keep seniors safe in the bathroom. Check out these eight bathroom tips for seniors from Uplifting Mobility.
As the holidays approach, there are many things running through your mind. What you shouldn’t have to worry about, though, is what to gift your loved one in a nursing home. That’s why the blog We Have Kids broke down 10 of the best nursing home gift ideas.
Don Chiari, of Brown Chiari, spoke with The Buffalo News regarding lawsuits filed on behalf of the families of Ellen Schuta Feeney and James P. Keane. Both Feeney and Keane died after undergoing routine medical procedures at Mercy Hospital.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. For many adults, though, the holidays also come with a lot of added pressure. When you also have the duty of taking care of an elderly parent or relative, it might be difficult to see the season as anything besides downright stressful. Make sure to use these 10 tips from AARP to keep from feeling overwhelmed this holiday season.