Posted: 8/1/2016 11:02 AM by
Identity thieves are constantly looking for their next victims, which has lately been in the elderly age group. According to the FTC, people over the age of 50 have reported the most identity theft problems for the past three years. One reason identity thieves are targeting this age group is the fact that seniors have more money and assets than that of younger adults.
Posted: 7/26/2016 6:08 PM by
One question that many adult children grapple with when they are considering elderly care for their aging parents is whether this type of care arrangement is actually appropriate for their senior love ones. They may know that their parent has some challenges or needs, but assume that having a caregiver is something that should be limited just to the very old or debilitated, or that younger seni...
Posted: 7/19/2016 5:52 PM by
Parkinson's disease is not something that happens suddenly. Your parent will not be perfectly healthy and normal functioning one day and then wake up the next morning with severe tremors and cognitive limitations. Rather, this is a progressive disease that generally begins very subtly and worsens the further your parent moves into it. This means, however, that even after your parent has receive...
Posted: 7/8/2016 8:30 AM by
Family caregivers handle a lot for their elderly loved ones and for other family members. Unfortunately, that can mean that they wind up feeling quite a bit of stress that can be difficult to manage.
Posted: 7/5/2016 8:45 AM by
Walking is fantastic exercise for your elderly loved one because she doesn't need any special equipment. It's also something that you can do together in order to stay healthy. As her family caregiver, it's a good idea to start out your new exercise plan properly.