In noticing troublesome habits of their furry friends, older pet owners with limited eyesight, hearing and sense of smell face more of a challenge. Need we mention a pet’s hair, drool, vomit and potty stains? To spare the furniture and your pocketbook, try these practical pet-proofing tips.
Thoughtful resolutions about starting the new year off on the right foot. Join our conversation by sharing with us what ideas have worked well for you in getting each year off to a fresh start… #SeniorCare#Aging
Early bird registration is encouraged for our upcoming educational webinar of “Caregiver Wellness: Power of U!” One free CEU credit is offered to attendees looking to fulfill CEU accreditation licensure requirements. More registration details about Right at Home’s webinar is available from the link below…
By Elaine K. Sanchez. After having company for two weeks, my friend Mike said, “I can't even begin to tell you how stressful it was! My sister-in-law has had several bouts with cancer, and she uses her illness as an excuse to abuse my brother. I hate the way she talks to him, and I'm mad at him ...
As Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia are expected to rise with the upsurge in America’s baby boomers, the good news is that guarding your rest may just keep your memory sharp. And that’s something you can sleep on.
Telltale signs aging relatives might be taking too much medication. Join our conversation by sharing a telltale sign with us you’ve noticed when an aging relative is taking too much medication … #SeniorCare#Aging
If you’re able to spend the holidays with aging parents, be thankful for the precious opportunity. Right at Home wishes everyone a joyous holiday season filled with peace and prosperity! #SeniorCare#Aging
If an elder with memory problems suffers a fall, there’s a tendency to just dismiss the cause by saying that the person has Alzheimer’s. But Alzheimer’s is not the only health issue that can lead to memory loss, confusion and forgetfulness.