As our loved ones age, the way we celebrate holidays often changes. For many families, Thanksgiving is a time to come together and enjoy traditional activities. As parents and grandparents get older, it's not always possible for them to participate in all the traditions. Here are some ideas of how you can adjust the way you celebrate to include your loved ones.
September is a wonderful time for seniors to spend time outdoors. The cooling weather provides many opportunities for outdoor activities for seniors to participate in. Here are some fall activities that seniors may enjoy.
Loneliness can have a significant impact on seniors' physical and emotional health. Here are 5 tips to help beat your senior parent’s loneliness.
We all look forward to the holidays, but they come with difficulties for our senior loved ones. Help them overcome 5 holiday challenges with these tips.
Depending on health and mobility, there are some great summer activity options for seniors. Here are some summer activities for seniors.
Sometimes, keeping seniors and pets together is a positive arrangement, but when pets become difficult to care for or are a risk to your loved one's safety, finding a solution that suits everyone's needs is imperative.
With so much uncertainty around us, caregiving during a pandemic can seem like the hardest thing to do. Here’s how you can manage stress as a caretaker.
This holiday season may be a little different, but it can still be joyous. Here’s how to keep — or make new — family traditions despite COVID-19.
The holidays may be different this year, but it doesn’t mean you can’t connect with your loved ones. Why not try these new Thanksgiving tradition ideas?
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