Sensory stimulation for those who are struggling with dementia can provide soothing for those who are agitated. It can calm them. Engaging in an activity throughout the day has also been shown to help your senior sleep better. If you care for a senior with dementia it might be hard to believe, especially after a … Read moreBest Fidget Blankets for Seniors with Dementia & Alzheimer’s
Best Pulse Oximeters – Comparison and Reviews Keeping track of your body’s oxygen levels and your heartbeat is critical for those with respiratory or cardiovascular conditions. Also, athletes often benefit from recording their vitals and oxygen levels, as it can help illuminate areas of weakness. Portable fingertip pulse oximeters are affordable, accessible, and easy to … Read moreBest Pulse Oximeters – Comparison and Reviews
Glucometers are essential to anyone needing to keep track of their glucose levels. While this often primarily refers to individuals with diabetes, glucometers can also be vital to people practicing the keto diet, pregnant women with gestational diabetes, and pet owners with diabetic animals. Let’s investigate more into how glucose meters work and find the … Read moreThe Best Glucometers for 2019 – Manage your Blood Sugar/Glucose Levels
Are seniors and technology ready for each other? Yes . . . and no. We often hear that older adults just won’t warm up to and adopt technology and that the technology companies are not developing products and solutions to meet the needs of seniors. Both statements are overly broad generalizations that ignore reality, like … Read moreSeniors and Technology — Are They Ready for Each Other?
Is your senior loved one pulling away from tasks and events because of loss of vision? Are they telling you that their eyesight has become so impaired that they are finding things that used to come easily almost impossible now? Are you becoming worried that they won’t be able to remain living independently? What was … Read moreDon’t Let Poor Vision Impact Seniors’ Quality of Life
Is it time to declutter? Is the stuff that has been stored over the years in the way? Has a move to a more manageable location or just a need to ease the future finally mean something that must be done? Older adults used to pare down their belongings when they did the spring cleaning … Read moreDecluttering Your Senior’s Past from Their Home for the Future
Falls are always a concern for family caregivers of seniors, with good reason. There are 29 million falls each year and they are the leading cause of injury-related death in older adults. More than 7 million older adults require medical treatment or restricted activity following a fall. Falls are a primary cause for lack of … Read moreSenior Home Safety Issues — What Family Caregivers Can Do
There are many benefits for seniors in accessing social media and the web, but which device is the best one for that purpose out of the many options that are available (a number that is growing all the time)? That question is one we hear frequently from both elder readers and their family members. We … Read moreThe BEST Device for Seniors to Access the Web & Social Media is…