Although similar to motherhood and caring for a small child, caregiving in the medical world is primarily aiding an adult or Senior. Society needs to understand more people are caregiving. This could easily become a monumental culture change. A large percentage of people are in Skilled Care due to a caregiver no longer being available.… Read More


Families are now busy making family plans for the upcoming holidays. It’s an excellent time for loved ones to gather and enjoy one another’s company. Traveling with a loved one living with Alzheimer’s, however, poses special challenges. Most of these are able to be overcome or lessened with thoughtful pre-planning. Enjoy a safe and pleasant trip with the following tips.… Read More


Exercise is a better remedy and is imperative when coping with the discomfort of arthritis. How Exercise Helps Arthritis New research on Osteo-Arthritis (OA) shows exercise slows the damage OA causes and keeps joints healthy. Exercise is proven to be beneficial as a non-drug treatment for pain reduction. Patients who exercise report improvements in movement… Read More


Once considered a problem only with those suffering from Celiac disease, gluten has now become a major health concern. Evidence supports Celiac Disease is on the rise with the elderly.   What Research Says Current research finds Celiac Disease does occur even in individuals who have had no prior problem with gluten. Some studies have… Read More


Envision a Norman Rockwell painting of a row of rocking chairs along a dusty country driveway. Today an estate sale is being held and the house has been emptied of every piece of furniture and item ever once touched by the former residents.… Read More