Soft foods don’t have to be boring. All of the items in this list are options that taste great and are effective. Most can also be altered to support individual dietary preferences.
In this post, we examine a powerful site that offers many products and tools for caregiving. Many of these can make the entire process much easier and reduce your stress considerably.
If meal delivery services aren’t the right fit for you – check out these alternatives. They are all other ways to support senior nutrition and to make mealtimes more enjoyable overall.
Finding good gifts for seniors doesn’t have to be difficult. This list highlights a range of options to choose from for this season.
At the best of times, the holidays involves a considerable amount of stress. This is even more significant if you are caring for a person with dementia. So, this post considers some ways to make sure the holidays turn out well.
Self-care is especially important in this busy holiday season. In this post, we highlight key steps you can take to lower your stress and make the season easier.
Exercise is a powerful tool for promoting health, something that we need to be doing more of. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be difficult. Instead, there are various options that work from the comfort of your own home.
Tablets aren’t just devices for the younger generation. Seniors can also enjoy them, and they offer important stress relief and cognitive exercise.
Owning a pet can be a simple solution to promote health and well-being in seniors. In fact, pets offer a range of different benefits, including companionship, lowering stress and even helping people to live longer.
Cooking for a senior often requires some additional planning and consideration. In this post, we take a look at the top tips for doing so effectively – and making sure the senior gets all the nutrition they need.
Meals on Wheels is often the go-to choice for food delivery for seniors. But, there are other options too, including some very interesting companies. This post rounds them up and highlights what they offer.
A Care Map is a fairly new concept but it is an approach that can significantly help with caregiving, making the process easier and less stressful overall.
Caregiving training options may not solve all the issues of caregiving but they can give you an advantage. As a result, they can help you provide better care and ensure the safety of your loved one. Thankfully, there are some good choices available.
Caregiving is a challenging process in its own right but moving on after caregiving brings a new set of complexities to consider. Nevertheless, the process is achieve able and the tips in this article can help you find your feet once again.
For various reasons, seniors often do resist or outright refuse assistance. So, what steps can we take to make sure they’re safe, despite that resistance?
This post highlights key strategies that can help you talk to your aging parents about finances and address issues now.
As a caregiver, privacy can often feel out of reach. But, for your own physical and mental health, it is an important goal. This post highlights techniques that you can take to ensure you always have some privacy.
Sleep quality can often decrease as people age. But, there are still many approaches caregivers can take to help ensure that senior family members are able to get a good night’s sleep.
Many seniors shy away from the idea of assisted living, partly out of fear. Yet, assisted living can often be a beneficial change, one that offers seniors a new lease on life. So, how does the reality of assisted living stack up against all of the myths?
Regardless of how you view gardening – it can be a powerful tool for caregivers, offering both physical and mental benefits. What’s more, setting up your own garden doesn’t have to be difficult.