Wi-Fi Helps Seniors Age in Place Safely and Gives Families Peace of Mind

Most of us are using Wi-Fi in our homes or when we are out and about to connect us with the internet. We use it with our digital devices to surf the web for information, shopping, finding our way, or to connect with others through social media. But what if caregivers of older adults could use … Read moreWi-Fi Helps Seniors Age in Place Safely and Gives Families Peace of Mind

5 Innovations from #CES2017 That Will be Life Changers for Older Adults

CES® brings together the world of innovation each year, a combination of technologies available now and ideas for the future. It has been that way for 50 years now, growing still bigger each year. Gone are the days when CES was seen as having little of relevance to older adults or their family caregivers. Not … Read more5 Innovations from #CES2017 That Will be Life Changers for Older Adults

Aging is not a Slippery Slope But a Stage of Life to be Lived to Its Fullest

Most of us realize that we are heading down a one-way path known as aging but it need not be a slippery slope. We have watched others, including our own parents or grandparents, who have aged well and some who have not entered their golden years in very good shape. We may wonder what is typical … Read moreAging is not a Slippery Slope But a Stage of Life to be Lived to Its Fullest

15 Actions to Prevent Malnutrition When Seniors Don’t Want to Eat

Many seniors are not getting enough to eat as they age, no matter whether they live on their own, with family or in a senior living facility. Their limited intake of food, no matter what the reason, means they are not meeting their nutritional needs. Undernutrition leads to poor health and worse events, such as muscle loss … Read more15 Actions to Prevent Malnutrition When Seniors Don’t Want to Eat

When Your Senior with Dementia Refuses to Go – Family Caregiver Tip

Family caregivers of older adults who have Alzheimer’s Disease or related dementia have many challenges each day. That is especially true when their loved one’s disease progresses. During the course of a week, there are many places that caregivers need to go in order to get things done. There are essential weekly tasks and important events that … Read moreWhen Your Senior with Dementia Refuses to Go – Family Caregiver Tip