Healthy Aging for Seniors

In 2011, the first wave of the baby boomer generation celebrated its 65th birthday. Since then, the number of individuals over the age of 65 has reached 46 million and is projected to reach 74 million by 2030. On average, Americans reaching the age of 65 today can...

Aging and Personal Care What to Expect

As your loved ones start aging there will be experiencing certain physiological and other changes that will affect the quality of their life. To better prepare them for these changes that come with age, it’s important to understand how you can help and what options...

What is Home Care and Why it Matters

Personal home care includes a range of medical, social, assistive and other services, which are given to an individual in their own home. This typically occurs when a person needs follow‐up care after a hospital visit or requires long term care due to aging or an...

The Benefits of Independent Living for Seniors

As your parents get older, the decision between assisted and independent care comes up. And while both have certain benefits, it helps to know what your elderly parent feels more comfortable with to make an informed decision. A lot of people immediately start looking...

Family Conflicts Over Care for Elderly Parents

As elderly parents begin to rely more and more on your support, the amount of conflict between siblings can increase. Dealing with a parent’s care can result in confrontation, especially if there are unsolved conflicts from the past, and the discord can tear families...