Many elders suffer unnecessarily with sleep difficulties including insomnia. Caregivers can watch for signs and symptoms of insomnia in the family members or clients and get them the help they need.
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As time goes on, technology is advancing. Some of us may not like this but it is the new way of life. There are a variety of devices on the market that would be beneficial for seniors to implement into their daily life routines. Technology can help to make life simpler, safer, and more satisfying in general. Continue below to learn about three technology pieces seniors should consider adding into their lives.
Everyone knows that chemical pesticides are harmful to humans and the environment. As a small way to limit our footprint on this earth, we suggest making your own natural, organic pesticides to use in your garden. Here are three recipes for homemade pesticides that you can use today:
Almost every senior admitted into a hospital would say that the best part of the stay is getting discharged! Thankfully, even though it might not happen as quickly as hoped for, patients do have a measure of control when it comes to the discharge process. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
From February to April each year, it's up to each person or family to complete and file their taxes. Some people use an account while others tackle this chore on their own. Of course, the goal is always to pay the least amount of taxes and get the maximum refund possible while staying within the tax laws. Here are some tips for seniors to take the stress out of doing their taxes.
Whether Valentine's day is increasing your craving for companionship or you simply miss a long lost friend, social media is helping millions of people, including seniors, find loved ones. Here are a few tips to help you successfully do the same.
Everyone, no matter their age, forget things from time to time. However, since the age-related forgetfulness that occurs during the senior years can be confused with the more serious problem of dementia, it is wise to know some of the differences. Here are 3 factors to consider if you are concerned about your senior Mom.
A new year has started and so have the reminders that tax season is upon us. Although it can be a bit stressful to contemplate, it is a very satisfying feeling when everything is prepared and filed and we can move on with our lives. So here are a few reminders to help seniors navigate the 2018 tax season.