Lower temperatures can lead to significant health problems. This is particularly true for seniors. Consider these precautions to keep yourself and your loved ones safe from cold weather-related illness and injury.
For many families caring for veterans, the Veterans Affairs (VA) Aid and Attendance (A&A) benefit can be an invaluable resource.
Here are some myths about aging that you, your loved one, and their companion care home aide should know about.
Here are some transportation options for you and your senior loved one to consider when asking them to hand over the keys.
When some of those family members include ones that have dementia it may be best to consider limiting the number of events that loved one attends as well as limit the amount of time spent and the level of stimulation.
Each year from October 15 to December 7 during Annual Enrollment, Medicare enrollees can make changes to their insurance plans.
When it comes to planning for your financial future, having the appropriate amount of protection is vital not only for your finances but also for your health.
Halloween isn’t only for the young. It can be enjoyed by all ages and serving alongside others is just one way to celebrate the season. Here are some ideas.
In-home care service is an essential service for adults as they get older. What are the best services to support your loved one as he gets older and finds it harder to do everything on his own?
Each September, you receive a notice with information on your plan. The Annual Notice of Coverage compares your current plan’s coverage, costs, deductibles, and maximum out-of-pocket expenses with next year’s costs.