De-Stressing in Seniors


Stress is common at any stage of life, when you are younger one can be stressed about their careers, spouses, or children. As a younger individual often it is easier to get through those stressful tim...


Healthy Eating In Adults.


Healthy eating is important at any age but becomes even more so as we reach midlife and beyond. As well as keeping your body healthy, eating well can also be the key to a positive outlook and staying ...


Managing Dementia


How diabetes is managed is dependent on the type of diabetes and each individual. It’s important to regularly consult your health care team. You can manage your diabetes and live a long and healthy li...


Preventing Falls In Seniors


Falls are one of the causes of death and injuries in older adults. They are a common cause of traumatic brain injuries, and they may also cause other severe injuries, such as fractures of the hip, tha...


September Is Cholesterol Awareness Month.


What is cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a waxy, fat-like substance found in your body and many foods. Your body needs cholesterol to function normally and makes all that you need.


How To Protect Seniors From Scams


Senior Citizens are targeted every day through e-mail, regular mail, and the telephone. Nearly every scam is designed to trick you into sending money or providing your personal information.


Dealing With Autism In Teenagers


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ADS) is a name used to describe a wide range of neurodevelopmental conditions that can be observed through certain behaviors, communication techniques, and styles of social interactions.

According to the most recent


Nutritional Tips For Alzheimer’s & Dementia Patients.


Proper nutrition is important at any age, but it becomes increasingly important as we get older. Many seniors struggle with changing nutritional needs, but for dementia patients, ensuring adequate nutrition can be challenging at best, missed entirely at worst.


Managing Dementia: 3 Super Healthy Foods To Improve The Quality Of Life


Dementia is a set of health conditions that lead to the slow decline of the brain’s normal functions. A person with dementia may experience unexplained memory loss, limitations in social skills and a wane in thinking capabilities. Alzheimer’s, multiple strokes and 


5 Tips To Finding a Valuable Respite Resource



Yes, there’s probably no-one else that can provide care at that level or to the degree that you would. And no, bingeing on Netflix doesn’t count as time off. BUT,do yourself and loved one a solid by intentionally working o