A.E.Churba, author, Aging in Place, Health and wellness, Senior Safety

Aging in Place and Holiday Survival

Elsie and John are celebrating the holidays simply this year. Christmas dinner is being simplified and the decorations are going to be minimal. Why? Because things are much harder these days for this senior couple and simplification HAS to happen.

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What to Consider When Choosing A Bed for the Elderly in the Family

older woman in bed Written by Tim Rogers                 With age comes many body changes. It is completely normal for the elderly in your family to have issues with their body’s strength and agility. They may need a little assistance when getting up and down, or need to change position often. It can be more… Continue reading What to Consider When Choosing A Bed for the Elderly in the Family

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Contributed Post: How to Make Gardening Easier for Older Adults

Written by Morgan Antoinette How to Make Gardening Easier for Older Adults Being old and alone is interesting sometimes. You get to do anything you want, no fear of being late at work, no tension of getting established and definitely no fear to earn more money than you did in the last month. You can… Continue reading Contributed Post: How to Make Gardening Easier for Older Adults

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Contributed Post: Health Benefits of Pets for Seniors

Most of us are aware that there are many benefits to having a pet, some of the most commonly mentioned ones being particularly relevant to younger people, especially kids. Pets are known to teach children responsibility and provide great companions in the process of growing up. However, they can do a lot for other people as well, especially seniors.

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Contributed Post: Dealing with Dementia: What Family Members Need to Know

From the moment the devastating diagnosis is made, those suffering from dementia along with their families face a future of many changes and adaptations. The emotional turmoil alone can be very difficult to cope with, not to mention the practical aspects of this life-altering disease, so we as caregivers need to do our absolute best to make the journey as simple and comfortable as possible.