Tips for Staying Healthy Over the Winter

As people age, it can become harder for the body to fight off illness and fully recover. The immune system weakens and other conditions can complicate a cold or the flu. Taking steps to stay healthy and protect against illness (as much as possible) is essential for seniors. From eating right and staying active to Continue reading Tips for Staying Healthy Over the Winter


Combatting Loneliness and Isolation in Aging Parents

As seniors age, they often become more comfortable and content staying home. It’s a familiar place and has everything they like and need. However, this can also lead to issues with loneliness and isolation which can take a toll on their mental and physical health. It’s good for seniors to stay active and socialize with Continue reading Combatting Loneliness and Isolation in Aging Parents

Benefits of Hiring an In-Home Caregiver This Year

Another year has come and gone and a new one is beginning. For many, this means reflecting on what did or did not work well and what changes they want to make. It can be a great time to review your aging parent’s needs as well and ensure that the care and assistance they are Continue reading Benefits of Hiring an In-Home Caregiver This Year

5 Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

In honor of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, we thought we would clear up some common myths that surround this disease that affects more than 5 million Americans, many of whom live right here. There is currently no way to prevent or cure this disease, but researchers are learning more every single day. It is Continue reading 5 Myths About Alzheimer’s Disease

Balancing Life as a Caregiver in Potomac MD

Taking care of an elderly parent can be rewarding because you know you’re giving back to someone who helped raise you, but it also comes with its share of challenges. You’re trying to balance your own life, career, and family with meeting the needs of your parent. Being a caregiver providing in home senior care Continue reading Balancing Life as a Caregiver in Potomac MD

Helping Your Loved One Declutter

As we get older, we can have the tendency to collect things, some necessary and some that we can completely do without. So it is not uncommon for seniors to end up with a lot of clutter. Perhaps you have been wondering what you can do to help your mom, dad or loved one declutter Continue reading Helping Your Loved One Declutter

Transitioning Home from the Hospital

Having a loved one in the hospital can be stressful, so when they are cleared for discharge home, it can be a relief. Many people find it more comforting and healing to recover in their own home instead of the hospital. However, going home can come with its share of challenges as well. You want Continue reading Transitioning Home from the Hospital

Building Stronger Bones and Muscles with Aging

Healthy bones, muscles, and joints are important at every age, but especially so for seniors. Broken bones can take longer to heal and increase risk of complications as you age. In addition, weak muscles and stiff joints can lead to inactivity, which only makes these issues worse. It can be a vicious cycle. Staying active Continue reading Building Stronger Bones and Muscles with Aging

Fun Fall Activities for Seniors

Fall is almost here, which means that everyone will be enjoying relief from the summer heat. The region is home to many fall festivals and activities, making autumn a wonderful time for area families to get together and celebrate what many consider to be the most pleasant season on the calendar. The holidays are also Continue reading Fun Fall Activities for Seniors