Seniors with mild cognitive impairment are at risk for making disastrous money management decisions that can jeopardize their life savings, their home ownership, as well as the finances of other family members.
For older adults living alone, pets can be an important line of defense against isolation. ElderDog is working to help senior humans – and senior dogs – find companionship. Learn more about these PAWDs all across Canada.
In honor of National Nutrition Month this March, we’ve put together a list of healthy, nutrient-dense recipes for senior nutrition, including breakfasts, salads, soups, vegetarian meals and main dishes—most with just a handful of ingredients.
Well-rested, happy caregivers are crucial to the job. But the job is exhausting. So caregivers must balance caring for someone else and caring for themselves. Otherwise, they can burn out and even develop serious health problems:
We recently spoke with Holiday Retirement about their award-winning volunteer program: “Seniors Serving Seniors and Society.” Tess Aiello, Holiday Retirement’s Resident Enrichment Manager, elaborated on the program and shared with us how it impacts Holiday Senior Living residents.
Whether an unexpected illness leads to a hospitalization or a fall requires rehabilitation at a nursing home, it’s vital that your parents have their essential legal documents in order so that you have a good picture of their state of affairs.