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Aging in Place: Helping Older Family Members keep their Pet

Aging in Place: Helping Older Family Members Keep Their Pet

A pet care plan should be established to ensure pets are taken care of so older family members can continue to reap all of the benefits of pet ownership.

Maintaining a Healthy Diet: 6 Crucial Nutrients and Food Sources for Elderly Adults

7 Ways to Make Eating Healthy Easier for Elderly Adults

Here are our best practices for making healthy eating simpler for elderly adults.

When Do I Need an Advance Medical Directive?

When Do I Need an Advance Medical Directive?

An advance medical directive details how you'd like to be cared for if something unexpected happens to you.

Common Questions about the Flu Shot for Aging Adults

Common Questions about the Flu Shot for Aging Adults

The flu shot strongly recommended for aging adults, who are at a high risk of health complications from the flu. Here is everything you need to know.

Top 10 Fall Activities for You and Your Family

Top 10 Fall Activities for the Entire Family

Get active this fall and spend quality time with your family. Here are some of our favorite fall activities.

How to Design a Safe Bathroom for Those with Limited Mobility

How to Design a Safe Bathroom for Those with Limited Mobility

Whether your loved one is moving into your house or aging in place, follow the tips below to ensure they have a bathroom designed to meet their needs.

How to trust my parents' caregiver and avoid conflict

How to Trust My Parent’s Caregiver and Avoid Conflict

When hiring a caregiver or dividing the care of your aging parent, follow these suggested steps to improve communication and set expectations to avoid conflict.

What is Last Will and Testament and When Do I Need One?

What is a Last Will and Testament and When Do I Need One?

If you own a home, cars, retirement accounts or other assets, then you should establish a Will to dictate who will receive those assets after your death.

What is Medigap?

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

In the U.S., approximately one million adults live with Parkinson’s and more than 60,000 are diagnosed each year. Find out more!

How to Know If You Are a Caregiver

How to Know If You Are a Caregiver

It’s important to recognize yourself as a caregiver so you can be made aware of the resources available to you and understand that you are not alone.