Tips for Seniors and Caregivers to Safely Resume Activities in the “New Normal” of Coronavirus
by FirstLight Home Care on May 29, 2020 at 6:31 am
With lockdown restrictions being lifted, is it safe for seniors to go out? Rebecca Rushing, BSN, RN, from FirstLight HomeRead More The post Tips for Seniors and Caregivers to Safely Resume Activities in the “New Normal” of Coronavirus appeared first on DailyCaring.
10 Best Time Management Tips for Caregivers from a True Expert
by DailyCaring on May 28, 2020 at 5:15 am
Managing time is an essential caregiving skill Time is precious when you’re caring for an older adult. There’s so muchRead More The post 10 Best Time Management Tips for Caregivers from a True Expert appeared first on DailyCaring.
Managing Stress for Caregivers: 7 Calming Techniques for Stressful Situations
by DailyCaring on May 27, 2020 at 5:15 am
Rely on calming tips when caregiving gets stressful Caring for an older adult is a stressful job. What helps isRead More The post Managing Stress for Caregivers: 7 Calming Techniques for Stressful Situations appeared first on DailyCaring.
10 Non-drug Ways to Manage Lewy Body Dementia Symptoms
by DailyCaring on May 26, 2020 at 5:15 am
Lewy body dementia symptoms are especially tough to manage Lewy body dementia is a complex disease that includes physical, cognitive,Read More The post 10 Non-drug Ways to Manage Lewy Body Dementia Symptoms appeared first on DailyCaring.
2 Fall Prevention Exercises for Seniors: Stay Balanced While Reaching [Video]
by DailyCaring on May 22, 2020 at 5:15 am
1 out of 3 older adults fall each year Every year, millions of people aged 65+ fall. In fact, 1Read More The post 2 Fall Prevention Exercises for Seniors: Stay Balanced While Reaching [Video] appeared first on DailyCaring.
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Tips on how to Heal and Prevent Bed Sores
by UJAT Caregiver Network on August 12, 2019 at 8:46 pm
Bed sores are a painful skin disorder often experienced by older adults with mobility concerns, also known as pressure sores or pressure ulcers. Most at risk are those who are in one position for a long time because they are exposed to constant pressure on one part of the body. Sores can develop very quickly The post […]
The Challenges of In-home Dementia Care for Providers Highlighted in the Latest Research
by UJAT Caregiver Network on August 9, 2019 at 4:35 pm
Older adults who live with dementia at home tend to be sicker and socially more challenging than their counterparts, as discovered in the latest research. This implies that home care providers who have established themselves as dementia specialists will probably have a difficult task on their hands. More than 5.7 […]
Tips for Including Older Loved Ones in Holiday Conversations
by Samuel Wilkinson on December 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm
This time of year is considered special by many, and it’s with a reason. The holiday season is upon us. During this time, friends and family gather to celebrate various festivities and enjoy time spent together. Over the holidays, it is essential to be around your elderly loved ones and dedicate some of your […]
Holiday Tips for Older Adults and Their Caregivers
by Gavin Brown on December 1, 2018 at 7:00 pm
It’s the holiday season! First, there was Halloween, and then we had Thanksgiving. However, the best is yet to come. Christmas is the favorite part of the year of many people living in the US. There’s nothing like Christmas, when the whole family gathers to celebrate one of the biggest Christian holidays. […]
3 Reasons Why Weight Training Is Recommended for Seniors
by Samuel Wilkinson on November 30, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Working out is an activity that divides people and opinions. Some claim that women who exercise look bulky and overly masculine, while others argue that you aren’t doing it right if you feel no pain in your muscles. While these claims have little truth to them, even bigger misconceptions exist regarding older […]