Four Tips for Getting Your Senior to the Bathroom on Time

When your senior is dealing with incontinence, getting to the bathroom can be a key to avoiding accidents.

What Do Caregivers Do?

Even if you’ve been a caregiver for a while, you might not have a clear picture of all that you do.

July is National Grilling Month – What’s on Your Menu?

Grilling can be one of the healthiest ways to host a summer party. Give the recipe here a try for a low cholesterol, low fat, low carb, high protein meal option for your guests at your next barbecue.

Are You Overscheduled?

It is definitely possible as a caregiver to overschedule yourself, but how can you tell you are?

Do Seniors Need Emergency Response and Preparedness Plans?

There’s no way for you, your aging loved one, elder care provider or anyone else to know when a natural disaster or catastrophic emergency will happen.

Four Tips When It’s Tough to Accept Help

Letting other people help you is difficult to do. These tips can make it easier.

Has Your Senior Just Been Diagnosed with Dementia?

Finding out that your senior has dementia changes so much in her life and in yours.

What Can You Do When You’re Worried about Your Senior’s Driving?

If you’re worried about your elderly family member’s driving, you need to face the situation head on.

How Can You Come to Terms with Making Really Tough Decisions?

Making tough decisions is part of being a caregiver, but that doesn’t magically make it easier.

ALS Information You Should Know

If you have an older family member with ALS, senior care can help them to continue living at home for as long as possible. Senior care providers can help with many aspects of daily living, including dressing, bathing, and using the bathroom.