When it comes to high beds, accessibility can be a challenge, especially for individuals with limited mobility, like the elderly. Fortunately, bedside step stools provide a practical solution to this problem.Continue reading “Bedside Step Stools for High Beds & the Elderly”
As we age, we are prone to need to take a different medication for multiple illnesses, pains or diseases.
A few ailments can add up to taking and keeping track of multiple pills a day.
On average, people over 65 can take up to 18 pills a day.Continue reading “8 Tips For Safer Elderly Medication Management”
Safe driving for seniors can be a sticky subject. As we age, we want to remain as independent as possible and be able to drive when & where we want to on our terms.
Becoming a senior does not mean it’s no longer ok to drive but what it does mean is that it’s important to pay closer attention to your driving ability.Continue reading “Safe Driving for Seniors: How to Stay Independent for Longer”
A concern of seniors with getting a safety alert is the fear of losing their independence. This is the easiest myth to debunk.
Alerts aren’t only for seniors but for people of all ages with certain health conditions, for people at greater risks for falling or for anyone living alone for extra safety.
Alert systems can provide a reliable safeguard to help the elderly to continue to live on their own or with minimal assistance for many more years than if they didn’t have one.Continue reading “Safety Alerts for Seniors: Choosing a Medical Alert System”
Staying healthy after 50 requires a few basic steps to get anyone on the right track to better health. Feel your best and add years onto your life and subtract years from your appearance with a little conscious effort.Continue reading “How to Stay Healthy after 50”
Home safety tips for seniors are needed to help them feel independent and happy for as long as possible.
Keeping independence is a top priority for the elderly and it’s no surprise 90% want to stay in their own homes.
Are you struggling to look for senior exercise ideas and aren’t sure where to start?
One of the most common misconceptions about starting an exercise program is the amount of effort it takes to start seeing benefits from exercising.Continue reading “8 Senior Exercises Ideas Anyone Can Do”
Dating after 60 can seem overwhelming but entering the dating scene can make anyone feel uneasy regardless of age.
If you’re 60 or older and went through a divorce, widowed or maybe love hasn’t found you yet, there’s still companionship out there for you.
Age shouldn’t put a limit on when you should stop looking for love. You are never too old to find someone new, be happy or to seek passion.Continue reading “Tips on Dating After 60: Looking for Companionship”
Are you a senior 60 or older and find it hard to stay up to date with your families activities? Want to stay in contact with old friends that live far away? Is there an online community you’d like to join for gaming or hobbies? Having trouble finding cheap ways to entertain yourself? Want to learn more about a certain topic?Continue reading “5 Benefits of Seniors on Social Media”
Everyone can benefit from staying safe online, especially seniors.
Internet scammers target people aged 60 and older because they are more likely to have large amounts of cash saved, home ownership, fall for new cure claims and are less likely to report a crime or admit they were scammed because they are embarrassed according to the FBI.Continue reading “13 Internet Safety Tips for Seniors”