Exercise is beneficial for your aging adult, but if she's ignoring safety considerations, that's not a good thing at all. She runs the risk of injuring herself or causing problems she doesn't need to worry about, like dehydration.
Following some of these tips can help to avoid those pitfalls.
Don't Push Things
It's natural for people of all ages to want to forge on in there with a new exercise program and give it they're all. But that can actually cause some problems for ...
Every year, millions of dollars are stolen in scams. Seniors are often the key targets because they're more likely to answer a phone and believe the scam artist's story. With so many elderly men and women falling victim to scams, why are they also so reluctant to report when they have been a victim?
Reasons Why Seniors Don't Speak Up
There are two reasons why seniors are less likely to report that they've been scammed. One is that they don't know how. Make ...
Whether you have been caring for your aging parent for years or you have just gotten started on your caregiver journey with them, one issue that you have likely heard a considerable amount about is Alzheimer's disease. This is an issue that virtually all caregivers think about regularly and consider a concern for their care journey with their parent.
By understanding as much as you can about the disease you can feel more confident that if your parent should begin to show ...
No matter what type of incontinence issues your senior is battling, it can be extremely embarrassing for her. It might also be embarrassing for you.
Talk about it, But Not All the Time
Incontinence is definitely something that you and your elderly family member need to talk about, but there are plenty of other topics, too. If there's something that one or both of you need to address or to correct, then you definitely need to talk. But if there's nothing new going ...
Approximately 10 percent of the total adult population of the United States is currently living with a condition known as Restless Leg Syndrome. RLS for short, this condition impacts the nervous system and can have a tremendous influence on your parent’s quality of life, health, and well-being. Approximately 40 percent of people who suffer from RLS report that their symptoms are severe enough that they negatively impact their quality of life and functioning. As a family caregiver, being able to recognize ...