Beneficial Information – Aging in Place

Recently I have been communicating with the Outreach Communicator from, a free web resource, providing useful information to help older adults and those caring for them, and I have been asked to share on our blog page their published posts. This easy-to-understand guide that we will share today, written by Sara Lindberg, M.Ed, is […]

Living In a Facility Versus In Home Care Services

As one ages there may arise different changes in the senior’s life. The changes may come subtly and almost unnoticeable at first, or they may come rapid and unexpected. There may be physical or mental decline or often both. Once these changes appear, weather they are from normal aging or associated with a chronic disease, […]

The Benefits of Walking

Walking is one of the safest, most beneficial types of exercise for the general population but especially for seniors. It’s an affordable way to stay fit as there is no need for a gym membership when stepping outside! It could be quite enjoyable whether you like to walk alone, with a friend or a companion. […]

Let’s Beat Coronavirus!

We’ve all been tired of hearing of the coronavirus so we’re not going to talk about the dreadful statistics, or the devastating impact it has had over almost the entire human population. Instead, we are going to talk about what can we do to beat it! Firstly, we would like to start off by stating […]

What is Dementia?

Dementia is a broad term for multiple diseases that impair mental cognition and ability to function normally.  These diseases are physical changes in the brain that cause the brain cells to die thus preventing normal nerve connection which leads to mental impairment and degradation. Dementia is not a normal part of aging it is rather a […]