Tips For Helping Seniors Open Cans and Jars

A manual can opener

A small but major problem among the senior population is opening jars and cans. Hence why “extra help” is invented for ease and to prevent unwanted accidents. On average, more than 54 million adults suffer from arthritis – a condition in which the joints swell and get stiff, resulting in a decreased … Read more

How to Deal with the Most Common Physical Issues Among Elderly

elderly’s hand holding another

Aging is a graceful phase for some. It is where people retire to a more peaceful life after realizing that everything they had struggled for when they were younger is now coming to fruition. However, for others, the process can be very challenging. Without a robust support system from family, some elderlies … Read more

Reasons to Make Seniors Walk Daily

A man and woman walking in the park

Walking is a great way to exercise the body. Ever since we were young, we have been taught the importance of taking a few minutes of walking every day. It helps improve our cardiovascular health, reduce the risks of heart disease and stroke, build stronger bones, helps manage high blood pressure, and … Read more

How to Deal with Caregiver Stress

Caregiver and a resident in a wheelchair

Being a caregiver is one of the noblest professions. It allows you to take care of other people who, most of the time, are not related to you. To be an effective caregiver, one person should possess incredible qualities, such as dedication, patience, and passion. All of these characteristics are essential for … Read more

Setting Up a Safe Room for A Person With Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

Home safety is important for each and everyone, especially for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or any form of dementia. If you have to take care of a patient with Alzheimer’s disease, chances are you are looking for ways to make it conducive for someone with memory loss. It is of paramount importance … Read more