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Caring For Aging Parents Has Never Been Easier

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independence at home for those you love. 

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  • Moving towards mobility

  • Older adults often struggle with the toll aging takes on their bodies. As time passes, their muscles weaken, their bones lose density, and their joints break down, causing discomfort and pain as they perform daily tasks. Many older adults feel the impact of this most on their legs, hindering their ability to move around as they once did. While these barriers may prove troublesome to independent living, they can be overcome.
  • Mental health in aging parents

  • As many as one in five older adults experience mental health issues, the most common of which are anxiety or mood disorders (such as depression). In most cases, these mental health issues respond well to treatment. Sadly, far too often, older adults do not seek or receive the help they need.
  • Family Cooking

  • Cooking helps families bond together and provides them with a chance to make lasting memories with the ones they love. For older adults, food is an opportunity to pass down family recipes, share stories, and even sharpen their minds.
  • Loss of Hearing

  • Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health problem among older adults. Studies show that about 33% of adults between the ages of 65 and 75 experience hearing loss. Frequently, loss of hearing causes a great deal of frustration and anxiety for older adults, negatively impacting their quality of life. While it is difficult to manage, there are many simple things you can do to help your loved one with hearing loss better cope with this loss.
  • Loss of Vision

  • Vision loss is one of the first signs of aging experienced by older adults – one in three people over the age of 65 experience some form of vision loss in their lifetimes. Loss of vision is often accompanied by feelings of fear, anger, confusion, and even depression. Adjusting to life with vision loss is difficult, no doubt, but it is also manageable. Your loved one can and will be able to persevere with the right support.
  • Daily Routines for Older Adults

  • Recent studies show that over a quarter of adults over the age of 65 experience symptoms of anxiety that significantly impact their day-to-day life. So why are older adults so stressed? It’s because of the toll aging takes on their minds and bodies. Many loved one’s lose their sense of independence as they age because they are unable to live as they once did. Tasks that were once easy for them now may be difficult or impossible to do without assistance, and older adults may begin to worry about how and when these things will get done.

Moving towards mobility

Older adults often struggle with the toll aging takes on their bodies. As time passes, their muscles weaken, their bones lose density, and their joints break down, causing discomfort and pain as they perform daily tasks. Many older adults feel the impact of this most on their legs, hindering their ability to move around as they once did. While these barriers may prove troublesome to independent living, they can be overcome. Continue

Mental health in aging parents

As many as one in five older adults experience mental health issues, the most common of which are anxiety or mood disorders (such as depression). In most cases, these mental health issues respond well to treatment. Sadly, far too often, older adults do not seek or receive the help they need. Continue

Family Cooking

Cooking helps families bond together and provides them with a chance to make lasting memories with the ones they love. For older adults, food is an opportunity to pass down family recipes, share stories, and even sharpen their minds. Continue

Loss of Hearing

Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health problem among older adults. Studies show that about 33% of adults between the ages of 65 and 75 experience hearing loss. Frequently, loss of hearing causes a great deal of frustration and anxiety for older adults, negatively impacting their quality of life. While it is difficult to manage, there are many simple things you can do to help your loved one with hearing loss better cope with this loss.

Loss of Vision

Vision loss is one of the first signs of aging experienced by older adults – one in three people over the age of 65 experience some form of vision loss in their lifetimes. Loss of vision is often accompanied by feelings of fear, anger, confusion, and even depression. Adjusting to life with vision loss is difficult, no doubt, but it is also manageable. Your loved one can and will be able to persevere with the right support. Continue

Daily Routines for Older Adults

Recent studies show that over a quarter of adults over the age of 65 experience symptoms of anxiety that significantly impact their day-to-day life. So why are older adults so stressed? It’s because of the toll aging takes on their minds and bodies. Many loved one’s lose their sense of independence as they age because they are unable to live as they once did. Tasks that were once easy for them now may be difficult or impossible to do without assistance, and older adults may begin to worry about how and when these things will get done. Continue