What is CHF?

If your senior has been diagnosed with CHF, be sure and follow their doctor’s advice, but things like tracking daily fluids, taking medications exactly as prescribed, and weighing in daily to check for weight gain caused by fluids, are some good tips for helping your senior to live as comfortably as possible, for as long as possible with CHF.

Have You Read These Books for Alzheimer’s Caregivers?

Figuring out things to do with a senior suffering from dementia can be difficult. Caregivers don’t want them to be bored but finding activities that work with their abilities is a challenge.

How Elder Care Can Help Elder Orphans

Elder orphans can find an elder care provider by contacting an agency and explaining their needs.

Four Ways Exercise Helps a Senior with Osteoporosis

Exercise can be one of the best tools your senior has against osteoporosis.

What Can You Do to Help Your Senior Get Back to Working Out?

Taking even a short break from exercising can derail your senior’s whole plan.

Common Heat-Related Illnesses or Conditions Your Mom Could Develop

Caregivers can check on her, make sure she’s drinking plenty of fluids, and staying cool in a location with air conditioning.

3 Things Caregivers Should Stop Doing

Taking care of your own health by eating well, exercising, getting enough sleep, and seeing your doctor regularly will allow you to be a more effective caregiver because you’ll feel better and have more energy.

Managing Poor Circulation in your Senior

Elder care professionals can help seniors manage the condition that is causing poor circulation. Many conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity, etc., can be regulated with a proper diet and consistent exercise.

Helping Seniors Navigate Past Schemes Targeting Elders

Scams like these come in various forms. Having a home care specialist can help your senior navigate past this potential danger.

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.