Visit regularly if you have a loved one as a resident and offer new interaction. Enjoy time together and maintain a positive approach. If you’re uncertain about how to adapt to their new lifestyle, here are tips to consider and activities to do with your loved one in Long-Term care. Remember, it is not unusual… Read More


We all want to still be on our feet, socializing with friends and family, getting to the places we want and enjoying a wonderful quality of life. The secret? Movement… keep muscles in motion. Embrace your age and do everything possible to stay upright. Here are some tips for staying mobile as a senior. Use… Read More


Statistics show 30% of falls occur in people over the age of 65. The cost of pain and suffering is immeasurable but the medical bills, hospital costs, and rehab expenses are known to have cost billions of dollars in Medicare coverage. Unfortunately, statistics prove once a person has fallen, they are at a high risk… Read More


Statistics from Caregiver Actions show approximately 66% of family caregivers are women with more than 37% having children or grandchildren under 18 years old living with them. 1.4 million children ages 8 to 18 provide care for an adult relative; 72% are caring for a parent or grandparent and 64% live in the same household… Read More


Fifty Million Americans suffer from Osteoarthritis, a chronic degenerative disease where cartilage between joints deteriorates over time and causes bone to rub against bone. Sound painful? Yes, it is, and this loss of flexibility often decreases the range of motion. Osteoarthritis could lead to a complete loss of movement in the affected joint and result… Read More