Dehydration, fluid intake, eating and seniors: how you can help yourself and others stay hydrated, healthy and fuelled up for the day.
How structure and meaning in our later retirement years can bring us happiness, according to a new report by researchers at Stanford University.
How cognitive stimulation and physical literacy can be (and should be) a major part of regular home care visits in Calgary
Why the holidays can be tiring for resident caregivers, and how regular or one-off respite care can help
At this time of year, your fridge still probably contains little bowls of left-overs from festive season meals. Now is probably the time to say “That’s past it’s best” and add the food to our Green Cart for recycling. However,…
Are both your parents aging in place in their own home? Look out for these signs that they may not be coping as well as they might.
Windburn, frostbite, and hypothermia prevention for seniors – our tips on how to reduce the physical impact of cold weather this winter
On my own: how home care services can help seniors and elderly live independently for longer after the death of their spouse or partner.
Do your aging parents or loved ones always seem to be worrying about something? Time to check out Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)