Nutrition for Seniors

senior couple cooking healthy meal together

Studies show that a good diet in your later years reduces your risk of osteoporosis, high blood pressure, heart diseases and certain cancers. Eating well may reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, bone loss, some kinds of cancer, and anemia. Healthy eating may also help you reduce high blood pressure, lower high cholesterol, and manage diabetes.

Interior Design for Disability

disabled individual doing homework with nature in background

You may recognize that an organized environment is healthier for your disabled child, but did you know there are certain interior designs that can help your loved one manage their disability better? It is important to remember that each individual is different, and you should take cues from your loved one to ensure the design used best suits their situation.

Sandwich Generation

3 generations of women baking cookiesDo you have aging parents and children to care for? If so, you’re part of the sandwich generation. This group grows daily as the baby boomer generation ages into their elder years. It can be difficult to balance caring for children, parents, and yourself. Here are some tips on how to manage this lifestyle.

Signs of Elder Abuse

caregiver yelling at elderly manYou’ve noticed your dad acting a little different than usual lately. You’re worried it may have something to do with his new caregiver. You know elder abuse exists, but what types of abuse are there? And how would you know if it was taking place? Here we’ve gathered a list of common signs and perpetrators of each type of elder abuse.