‘Tis the season for family gatherings and shared dishes. While the majority of us don’t have to worry about the food we’re eating, elderly people have to be a little bit more cautious. To help you protect your loved one from food-borne illnesses this year, follow these ten basic guidelines from Caring.com.
While we believe caregivers are true unsung heros, we also know that they need to take a break every now and then if they want. Hitting pause is an essential way to replenish your mind, body and soul. That’s why U.S. News broke down these 14 ways caregivers can care for themselves.
Some baby boomers are tasked with the difficult responsibility of caring for their parents from a different city. That’s why U.S. News put together eight tips for taking care of aging parents when you don’t live close.
If your parent is looking thinner than usual, ignoring their personal hygiene or are always exhausted, it may be time to have the talk. To learn more, read Reader’s digest’s 9 warning signs your elderly parents shouldn’t be living alone anymore.
The National Institute on Aging compiled a guide focusing on cognitive health and what people can do to help maintain it. Learn how to eat healthy foods, be physically active, stay connected and more.
Visiting someone with dementia can be overwhelming. To learn how to make the most of your visit, view the Alzheimer’s Association’s tips for visiting loved ones with dementia.
Short of closing the facility, the New York State Department of Health could not penalize Emerald South Nursing and Rehabilitation Center any more severely. After the death of nursing home… read more →
You want the best for your loved one. To help you select the right nursing home, we’ve compiled five nursing home factors to consider.
Local law firm represents Buffalo woman in wrongful death case BUFFALO, NY, November 22, 2016 – The law firm of Brown Chiari obtained a $1 million verdict in New York… read more →
The elderly man accused of killing a woman during a fight at a Buffalo nursing home, will not face any criminal charges. The acting Erie County district attorney says an… read more →