Bathroom Safety for Your Aging Parent
As your parent ages, there are tasks you may take for granted that they now struggle with or are hazardous to their health.
Your Career in Assisted Living
For many of us, Labor Day marked the beginning of the new school year, or maybe the end of summer.
National Grandparents Day: Sharing Time Together
In September we celebrate National Grandparents Day—a day to cherish your beloved grandmother or grandfather by spending quality time with them as a family.
Six Tips to Prepare for Your Aging Parents’ Future
Your parents’ health and safety should never be an afterthought.
Follow Your Nose to a Comforting Scent
Out of the blue, it can hit you—a scent that jumps out of your surroundings and instantaneously evokes a memory or feeling.
How to Properly Use a Cane
Many seniors resist using a cane because they don’t want to appear old or frail.
Introverts: Finding Comfort in an Assisted Living Community
Peppering your Facebook feed, you may have seen some online surveys to identify if you are an introvert or extrovert.
Managing Repetitious Behaviors in a Parent with Dementia
Are you caring for your mom with Alzheimer’s and you’re exasperated by the repetitive questions that she asks over and over?