The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) reports that 40-70% of caregivers show symptoms of depression, with ...
You’ve heard that strength training is one of the best steps you can take to avoid age-related muscle loss. You want to get ...
Some aspects of aging are inevitable, like age-related muscle loss, also known as sarcopenia. Starting at age 30, those ...
A loss of appetite is an all too common symptom of aging. Anywhere from 15-30% of seniors are estimated to experience it, ...
Are you learning as you go as a family caregiver? If you’re like most people, the answer is probably yes. While you can get information on how to be a caregiver from your loved one’s care manager, ...
Today’s latest home automation tools are easy to implement and many devices also provide step-by-step guidance along with customer service for additional support. While there are hundreds of home ...
When you’re a family caregiver, stressors and worries often squeeze through the office door with you. Caregiving emergencies may even keep you from making it to work on time or send you running out ...
If you’re a caregiver for a parent, spouse or senior loved one, an elder law attorney can help you and your family navigate the legal landscape of aging. Learn more from this list of six things that ...
Estelle Carlson of Redondo Beach, California, has had a smartphone for at least 10 years. Carlson, who is in her 70s, does everything on it: she banks, Facetimes with her cousin in Scotland and her ...
As your parents age, it can become a struggle to respect their autonomy and independence while making sure you take all the right steps to keep them protected for the future. It’s a phase in life that ...
In the United States, 40 states have enacted a law to help family caregivers care for their parents or senior loved ones after a hospital discharge. The law is called the CARE Act – but what is the ...
When Cecil Britton, a retired Lockheed engineer, considered buying a new car this year, he wanted one that would help him drive more easily and more safely. “I’m still in pretty good shape,” says ...