Vinegar is a common ingredient found in homes, but many people do not know the various flexible uses of vinegar! These uses cover a broad range, from cleaning to gardening and even helping symptoms of different bodily conditions.
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Staying hydrated is important for everyone, but especially for seniors, and especially during the summer. But while you give attention to your own needs, how can you help your Mom increase her fluid intake and avoid the bad results of dehydration? Here are 4 tips to try this summer and all year long.
Sometimes, when seniors lose some mobility, they tend to become isolated. This is because they can’t go to the same places that they used to go to before. If they were very active, they may have to give up some of their previous activities. But this doesn’t mean that they need to be stuck at home watching TV. Here are a few activities they can take up instead:
It seems like Mom was never a kid. She has always been there nurturing and supporting her family. But, the fact is, she had so many experiences before she became Mom. Now that she's a senior, it is a great time to show her you care and capture her legacy by asking the right questions. Here are a few seemingly simple inquiries that can open the door to endless conversation.
Our parents had some tough conversations with us, and as they age we have to bring up some unpleasant topics with them. If you're facing the difficult task of letting your Dad know it's time for him to stop driving, forethought and planning will lead to the best outcome. Here are 3 things to think about before speaking with him.
Vacationing when you are bringing along a loved one with dementia isn’t always easy. You’ll want to find a destination that is not as crowded and overwhelming for your senior to enjoy themselves at. Read on for three great dementia friendly vacation spots in the United States.
Caring for an elderly parent is often stressful enough, but a trip to the emergency room or hospital can be hard on both you and your loved one. You'll need to work as their advocate even more fiercely than usual to ensure that they are getting the care they need and that they will have the best possible experience. You'll have plenty of questions, but the main two things to ask about right away are:
A graduation marks a time of pride in accomplishment, but it is also a time that is very busy. With the parties, gifts, and guests, graduations have a lot you have to think about. Caring Senior Service can help ease your mind in one area, getting your senior loved one to the ceremony. We don't want you to have to worry about the many details that go into ensuring your loved one is safe and comfortable for an event like this. Our belief that seniors should be happy, healthy and at home means that they should be a part of this momentous day too. Here's what our services can take off your busy schedule and get your loved one there safely: