Sometimes even the English language can seem like someone is speaking in a foreign tongue. Older adults, who lived much of their lives without today’s technology, can feel that tech speak is unintelligible and the whole world is trying to tell them something they don’t understand. It can be like talking about a new medical … Read moreTech Talk for Seniors, Family Caregivers & Others Not “Born Digital”
We invited Denise M. Brown to author an article for Senior Care Corner® because we believe her conference is a valuable opportunity and resource for family caregivers. In addition, in the article she offers a number of resources family caregivers will find valuable sources of support now and in the future. Denise began working with … Read moreShare, Learn, and Connect at National Caregiving Conference
The arrival of Spring means we get to see daffodils popping to meet the sunshine and crocuses sticking their little heads up to say hello! Many seniors have shared their joy of gardening with their children and grandchildren over the years. Having learned from our elders the joy of gardening and nurturing the earth, we … Read moreGardening That’s Accessible, Convenient and Fun for Seniors (and Everyone)
Danielle Kunkle Roberts authored this article as a guest of Senior Care Corner®. She is the co-owner of Boomer Benefits and a Forbes.com Contributor. Her licensed insurance agency specializes in Medicare-insurance related products, helping tens of thousands of clients across 47 states. The number of unpaid caregivers in the United States has reached over 40 million, according … Read moreMedicare’s Coverage of Respite Care in 2020
What kind of healthcare treatment would you and your senior loved ones want to be given at the end of your life — or would you want any at all? End of life care is something about which most adults in the US have heard and maybe even considered — thanks in part to television … Read moreEnd of Life Decisions: Has Your Senior Loved One Made Them? Have You?