If you’re caring for an older loved one during the pandemic, you might be worried. While we all learn to navigate these new circumstances, there are ways to help stay connected and ensure the emotional and physical health and safety of those you care for.
How to Connect While Social Distancing
To help fill that void of social connection, we’ve made a list of six ways to feel less isolated – and in some instances – to make a real difference in your communities.
5 Tips for Safe Spring Cleaning
Spring Cleaning is a great opportunity to tidy up and make your home feel a bit more "homey." But it's important to stay safe during all his cleaning. Try these five tips for safe Spring Cleaning.
How to Choose a Medical Alert System
The most important thing about a Medical Alert system is that it stays on your body, where it belongs, to do its job. Apart from that, you need to decide which system is right for you and your lifestyle. Here are the top five considerations when choosing a medical alert system.
What is Fall Detection? And Do You Need It?
One in four Americans age 65 or older experiences a fall each year and an older adult is seen in an emergency department for a fall every 11 seconds. Given these stats, should you be considering a fall detection system?
Nobody wants to be hoodwinked by a scammer. But watch out: the next bogus text, email or phone call could bring the scam to you — or a senior loved one like Mom or Dad.
While social distancing can feel scary for older adults living at home alone, it doesn’t have to. There are lots of easy ways you can equip yourself so that you feel prepared for any situation that might arise while you’re homebound.
Whether you prepare your own taxes or hire an accountant or tax preparer to do the job for you, here are 7 Dos and 5 Don’ts to keep in mind.
It’s normal to feel stressed by the coronavirus crisis—stress actually helps us to navigate infection hazards responsibly, but chronic stress causes a wear-and-tear on your mental health that isn’t beneficial. Here are some tips to help you cope.