Respite Care

Respite Care

Most elderly members of society prefer to live independently in their own homes. Sometimes, though, it simply becomes too much for them to manage tasks alone. They can lose the ability to be independent through aging, after an accident, or even after a surgical...
Social Activities and The Elderly

Social Activities and The Elderly

As people age, it’s sometimes easier to sit, ignore the outside world, and watch television. The children have grown and moved on, and they only visit on occasion, if at all. Retirement has come, and with that, their sense of purpose has gone. Sometimes, health issues...
Dementia & Home Care

Dementia & Home Care

A report from the Alzheimer’s Association estimates that some 6.2 million people in the U.S.A. aged 65 or older were living with Alzheimer’s disease in 2021. That equates to over one in 1 in 9 or 11.3% of people aged 65 or older. Of these, two-thirds or 3.8 million...