It’s something no one wants to see happen — abuse of their older loved one. Yet millions of older adults
The holiday season can be an especially tough time for those who have lost a loved one. Though there is no simple way to banish grief, nor is there one right way to deal with the difficult emotions you likely feel, there are a number of ways to make the holiday season a bit easier for yourself.
In addition to the games and craft projects we’ve been discussing, there are many other activities that you can enjoy with your older loved ones. Whether your loved one is dealing with dementia or a physical illness, many of these activities can be adapted to fit their needs and abilities.
Are you looking for ways to enjoy the summer with your grandparent, parent or other older adult in your life? Here are 10 things to do this summer that you’ll both love.
With family all over the country (or globe) it can be tough to make every birthday party, family gathering and Sunday night dinner. Fortunately, technology is making connecting with family and friends easier than ever. Video chat has become a popular form of communication for many families.
Death. It doesn’t matter how you choose to perceive it, the bottom line is that experiencing and dealing with it is one of the most difficult things any of us will ever do.