You've always held a holiday party at your house, but now Mom has been diagnosed with dementia. Should you skip it this year?
Put a few items on your list of New Year's resolutions that will benefit you well beyond 2016.
If it's not possible to celebrate with your elderly parents, here are some ways to make their day as special as possible.
As you brighten the winter months with candles, lights and greenery, be sure to take a few safety precautions.
If you would be thankful for a little less stress, it might be time for some new traditions.
Professional in-home care agencies report an uptick in information calls in early January. The reason? The holidays are the time when out-of-town relatives are most likely to visit their elderly loved ones—and to realize that these seniors need help!
We know that at this time of year, your mailbox at the North Pole is overflowing! But we hope you'll take time to read our wish list for you—the gift of healthy lifestyle choices. We're making our list and checking it twice to find ways for you to stay active and engaged for years to come!
If you're like many of us, November and December bring an unwanted holiday gift: a few extra pounds that show up when we step on the scale in January! Maybe you even got a head start by finishing off the leftover Halloween candy?
Berry shortcake is a Fourth of July favorite. Did you know these delicious little fruits are full of health-protective nutrients?
acation season is here! Are you traveling by plane this summer? Here is some information to ensure that security screening goes smoothly for older adults with disabilities and medical conditions.