Traveling can be stressful, especially as we get older. If we prepare correctly though, traveling to a new place can be a most fulfilling experience!
Fall prevention starts with education. Educating oneself and any loved ones who you feel may be at risk of falling, especially in their own homes. Here are some good starting points.
Improving core strength for seniors can decrease the risk of falling and is easy to do; all you need to help you increase your strength and balance is one simple object- a chair.
Pets are an important part of our lives. They offer companionship, unconditional love, and even more for a lonely senior.
For aging adults, the realization that extra assistance with mobility may be needed can be scary. Here are some tips to help you choose the right mobility aids for you or a loved one.
While many of us enjoy the comfortable temperatures of fall, there is no stopping the inevitable arrival of winter. Winter's snow and ice can pose dangerous fall risks for older populations.