Caregivers in St. Pete Beach FL: Your own physical health can determine how well you can perform the tasks of being a family caregiver. If you’re not caring for yourself, it’s that much more difficult to care for anyone else.
Senior Care in Gulfport FL: People are exposed to lead through the environment. Lead can be present in all sorts of places, like the paint or dust in older homes.
Home Care in Seminole FL: Helping your elderly family member to get the upper hand in her cardiovascular health is extremely important. It doesn’t take much to make improvements, either, so you don’t need to try to force big changes.
Senior Care in Pinellas Park FL: Managing diabetes can be difficult on the best of days, but when a senior is ill, the task becomes even more difficult.
Homecare in Wellington FL: September 18 through 22 is Malnutrition Awareness Week. This is the ideal opportunity for you as a family caregiver to learn more about malnutrition and how it could possibly impact your aging parent.
Elderly Care in Redington Beach FL: While people of all ages can experience eye diseases, the odds of it happening in elderly people are much greater. Many of the eye diseases begin without many symptoms, making it easy for them to be overlooked as nothing significant.
Caregivers in Gulfport FL: The Corporation for National and Community Service reports that three studies have shown that seniors who volunteer add years to their lives.
Home Care in Redington Beach FL: Non-skid mats can do so much to help your elderly loved one to stay safe at home. But where are the best places for these types of mats to be placed in your loved one’s home?