Aging comes with many issues, including a loss of balance along with slower reflexes. These two things combined can make it more difficult for seniors to regain their balance if they start to fall. A third of people will have potentially serious falls by the time they get to age 65. That’s why it’s important Read More
Living and dying are not two separate things, rather, they are connected and part of everyone’s reality. When dying, how and where a person dies shapes their experience and can profoundly impact the quality of their last days, weeks and months, as well as the way their loved ones perceive death. Studying the Impacts of Read More
While a person of any age may drink too much or have problems with alcohol consumption; older adults have unique issues that make drinking a serious issue. In many cases, older people have health problems that require taking medication. These drugs, when combined with alcohol, have devastating consequences. While some older adults may be able Read More
Your parents may have helped you for the majority of your life. They have always been people whom you can count on if something unfortunate happened to you. The thing very few children realize is that there may come a day when the roles are reversed. You may become the one who helps your parents, Read More
As seniors age, their needs often change, and sometimes they become confused about where to turn to find important resources and information. One option is USA.gov. This site answers the most often asked questions that seniors have and provides excellent information on resources available in communities across the United States.