This Father’s Day might feel a little different, but there are still many ways in which we can celebrate a safe Father’s Day that will be meaningful, memorable, and low-impact.
7 Tips to Be Proactive with Medication Management
Sticking to your medication routine is one big way to stay healthy in these uncertain times. Unfortunately, normal memory lapses, unsupervised drug interactions, and avoidance of the pharmacy due to social distancing can all play a role in disrupting your routine.
7 Socially Distanced Activities to do With Your Grandkids
Don’t let social distancing requirements shortchange your bonding time or the emotional enrichment of an experience. Here are some socially distant activities to try out.
5 Ways to Help Your Loved Ones Age in Place
Aging in place is something we all should be allowed to do. Remaining in one’s home for as long as possible is more comfortable for seniors and keeps them more active and in control of their lives.
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.
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.
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.