On the Senior Living Solutions blog, we’ll offer advice, consult, and education to help you and your family navigate these changing times in your loved one’s life.
Low vision is defined as visual impairments that are not able to be corrected through surgery, prescription medication, glasses, or contact lenses. It is not the same as needing reading glasses or bifocals to navigate everyday life. Low vision greatly interferes with a senior’s ability to live daily life and puts them at a higher risk for social isolation and falls.
Dehydration is a serious condition and can happen rather quickly. It can cause serious damage to the body and can lead to further complicated medical conditions. Seniors must take the initiative when it comes to drinking enough water. As we welcome the New Year, resolve to increase your hydration. Here are four ways seniors can drink more water.
If you are a family member of an aging relative, it’s important that you learn more about depression and how it affects seniors.
Hospice care is a special kind of care that focuses on the quality of life and symptom management of someone with a terminal illness.
As we celebrate National Yoga Month this September, here are five gentle yoga postures that help seniors build strength and flexibility.
Older adults need to protect themselves against loneliness to preserve their health and well-being. If you are an older adult or are concerned about an aging relative who may be lonely, here are a few practical tips to overcome loneliness in seniors.