As society moves to what we recognize more as “normal”, we still see the effects of the pandemic in our daily lives, especially in the aging population.
Studies are conflicting as the population seems to have shown a pull in opposite directions.
If you have recently been injured or fallen ill, your normal way of living has been disrupted. The road to recovery seems long and daunting. This is all new territory for you. But, it can be easier than you might think if certain guidelines are followed. Here are some tips for a smoother healing process.
Most devices today are new to your aging loved ones. There are seniors who gracefully welcome the possibility of using these gadgets while some feel otherwise. Be that as it may, these technological advances can be useful for our aging population.
As we age, inevitably our bodies change and so do our brains. There are a number of myths about our brains as we get older. But, not everything you hear and read about aging is true. So, here are some myths about aging brains and the truths behind them.
Do you know what a patient advocate is? Have you heard that term before? If not, it’s ok. They can be an imperative part of your health care, so we wanted to explain what the term means, what they can do, and why you need a patient advocate in your corner.
As we age, it is important to consider where we will live and who will take care of us. There are quite a few senior living options. We each have to choose what fits our situation and budget best. Here is a list of some of the options we hear about often.
Sometimes it comes as a shock when we see our parents or grandparents start to age. And we tend to worry about their safety and health. It is hard to tell if they are ok.
So, here are some things to consider when visiting your aging parents or grandparents.