If you have a loved one with dementia, they will need a safe environment and supervision. You can make their home more dementia-friendly to allow them to stay at home longer.
Any death is difficult, especially without any planning, but the sudden death of a loved one makes us feel vulnerable and unable to process what to do next.
If you could know, would you want to? Would you change your ways if you knew? Aging brings a higher risk for dementia and long-term care. Preparing in advance is common sense.
Do you hurt? Almost 55 million Americans have arthritis pain, with 21 million suffering from osteoarthritis. With age, the pain may interfere with your quality of life or even increase your risk of needing long-term health care.
Statistics, no matter how relevant, don't always convince us to take action on any topic. A new study on long-term health care reinforces previous research suggesting the risk is high, and planning is essential.
Polls show that many people today understand they may need long-term health care. However, polls say everyone points to someone else, not at themselves. The result – they ignore planning.
Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have been the center of the virus crisis. Yet, there are still large numbers of staffers not vaccinated.
How is your hair? There are connections between hair issues and health conditions. However, normal aging can also be tough on our hair. Steps can keep your hair healthy.
We all want quality care for our loved ones when they need long-term care. When the time comes, it is very emotional for everyone. Quality care will ease the anxiety.