As the holiday season approaches it is common to expect a feeling of joy to erupt among your loved ones. However for some, the holidays bring a sense of loneliness and depression, better yet known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
While some seniors might feel that adapting to the newest trends in technology is unnecessary, the fact of the matter is that there has never been a more beneficial time to reap the benefits of this growing world. To show you, we have compiled the top 6 benefits of seniors using the internet and how to get started.
After a catastrophe occurs it can be shocking. The damage can be extensive and the clean up can be overwhelming, especially for the disabled and elderly.
Sensory Processing Disorder is a condition where one’s brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes through their senses. This could include hypersensitivity to light, sound, even certain smells and the way things feel. Although many SPD cases are in connection with other disorders such as ADHD or Autism, Sensory Processing Disorders can be diagnosed on its own making it an invisible disability many can’t see.
As a caretaker or loved one of someone with a speech impairment, you know how hard it can be to communicate with one another. Well Talkitt heard your voice and has created a technology that will now help you hear theirs.
Do you know the risks?
Here are the statistics of the elderly’s risks and costs of falling.
According to recent studies, in today’s world those with disabilities tend to take the more traditional route of therapies and treatments specially designed for their specific diagnoses. This could include physical, occupational even speech and language therapy depending on the clients disability. However there is one unconventional equine therapy that ties all of these treatments into one that someone with a disability, cognitive or physical, could use to help improve their way of life. That treatment is called Hippotherapy.
“Life-changing” and a “miracle” are what some parents are calling the new mobile application, Pokémon go. Although the effects have yet to be studied, some are finding this virtual reality one that is changing the lives of their children forever by encouraging those with autism to socialize and interact with others.