1. Vision Problems the Elderly Should Not Ignore

    Eye problems are pretty common for people of all ages. It can be something as simple as an irritating allergy or strain from staring at a computer screen for hours on end. However, when seniors have drastic vision changes, there is often something more serious going on. Eyesight changes aren't just …Read More

  2. When Is a Senior Unsafe Living Alone?

    Humans tend to be resilient and determined, and we can make pretty extreme situations work for us. Seniors are no exception. Despite the many challenges that come with getting older, seniors will often make the very best of their situations and fight to maintain the independence they have enjoyed so…Read More

  3. The Disadvantages of Home Care

    When your loved one needs care, it can be difficult to know how to proceed. Many people will ignore the issue or attempt band-aid solutions that just make things worse. For instance, busy people will try to split their precious time between their children and their own parents. They want to save mon…Read More

  4. Tips for Protecting Your Loved Ones from Scams

    If you have an elderly parent or two, you may be keeping an eye on them for several different reasons. Physical safety, emotional wellbeing, and health are all important factors that play in the anyone's quality of life, and ensuring that an older loved one is living well can be a lot of work. One a…Read More

  5. Identifying and Treating Depression in the Elderly – Part 2

    Is your elderly loved one depressed? How do you know? In our last blog, we discussed a few significant indicators that your loved one is struggling mentally and trying to hide it from you. In today's blog, we want to share a few more depression red flags and discuss what you can do to make life bett…Read More

  6. Identifying and Treating Depression in the Elderly – Part 1

    Most of us know that depression can hit anyone at any time, but all too often, we fail to think about the elderly. We shouldn't. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), over 15 percent of elders struggle with depression every day. Additionally, 25 percent of America's elders rep…Read More