Medication Management: Providing Peace of Mind

Medication Management: Providing Peace of Mind

As we age, our bodies undergo changes that can affect how we respond to medication. As a result, it’s important for seniors to take a proactive approach to managing their medications. That’s why medication management is essential to senior care, providing peace of mind for seniors and their families. By understanding the importance of medication…

Care Management Services: Addressing Caregiver Guilt

Care Management Services: Addressing Caregiver Guilt

As a caregiver, it is natural to feel overwhelmed and guilty when caring for a loved one. Care management services can help alleviate this guilt by providing emotional support and guidance to caregivers. These services can provide relief from the emotional stress of caregiving as well as advice on how best to manage the physical,…

Starting the New Year Right: Routine Screenings

Starting the New Year Right: Routine Screenings

The New Year is a time for hope, new beginnings, and lots of planning. But before you can make any of those dreams a reality, you need to take care of your health. Routine screenings help monitor your health and detect conditions early on, saving you or your loved ones from serious health problems down…

Care Managers: Common Misconceptions

Care Managers: Common Misconceptions

Hiring a care manager for your loved one can be life-changing for family caregivers and seniors alike. But certain misconceptions may stop families from reaching out and getting the help they deserve. Care managers are there to inspire hope, offer guidance, and be a constant source of support for both seniors and caregivers. Despite their…

How to Include Long-Distance Aging Loved Ones in Holiday Celebrations

How to Include Long-Distance Aging Loved Ones in Holiday Celebrations

The holidays are a time for family, but sometimes families are unable to get together physically. That doesn’t mean they can’t enjoy wonderful holiday celebrations from a distance! When visiting each other in person isn’t possible, there are still many ways to make new memories with your loved ones – despite the distance. Here are…

Promoting Senior Independence This Holiday Season

Promoting Senior Independence This Holiday Season

Independence is important for all seniors year-round but has particular relevance during the holidays. The holiday season is the perfect opportunity for seniors to feel more connected and included in their families and communities. For those struggling to maintain their independence, accommodations can be made to help them embrace where they are in life. What…

Managing Senior Loneliness Throughout the Holidays

Managing Senior Loneliness Throughout the Holidays

The holiday season is a time to celebrate, reunite with loved ones, and find joy in the little things. Yet, for some, the holidays are a reminder of what was, inspiring loneliness and isolation. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many seniors. With 1 in 4 adults over 60 reporting that they feel lonely, family…

Care Managers: An Asset in Mediating Difficult Conversations

Care Managers: An Asset in Mediating Difficult Conversations

The conversation with a loved one about assisted living isn’t easy to approach. When your loved one’s health is declining, and you realize they’re in need of greater care than you can provide, a care manager can be an invaluable asset. Care managers help you approach difficult conversations with compassion and respect. The goal is…

Preparing for the Holidays: How to Identify and Manage Health Decline in Aging Family Members

Preparing for the Holidays: How to Identify and Manage Health Decline in Aging Family Members

One of the things we love about the holidays is a chance to reconnect with aging loved ones who live far away. During this time of year, families gather together for the first time in months and may be surprised to realize that your aging parents or grandparents aren’t how you remember them. Health decline…

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