If your elderly parent is no longer a safe driver, a hard conversation about their driving could be the difference between life and death. However, convincing them that their driving is unsafe is almost always a challenge. Before jumping in, there are a few things you can do to help your senior be more receptive to the idea of turning in the keys: Continue reading
As the days get hotter and the sun’s rays grow more intense, skin cancer is a real risk to your senior’s health.
However, when identified early on, skin cancer is highly treatable. By identifying it quickly, you can help them stay happy, healthy, and safe at home for years to come. But before you can spot it, you have to know Continue reading
When your aging parent begins to forget little things here and there, age is often the culprit.
Most seniors experience age-related forgetfulness and tend to momentarily forget names, dates, appointments, and other details (though the forgotten information tends to come back to them later). These little memory slips are a normal part of the aging process and don’t necessarily stem from Alzheimer’s.
On the other hand, if your parent becomes significantly less able to Continue reading