Fitting in time to exercise on top of an already busy and hectic work schedule can feel almost impossible at times. After a long day or night of being on your feet taking care of clients, lifting weights or having an
Careful meal planning for seniors living with Diabetes is imperative in order to prevent the disease from getting worse, as well as protecting their overall health. Use the following tips to help your loved ones or
Too many seniors are injured as a result of falls. Learn what caregivers and seniors can do to reduce the risk of falling.
As a busy caregiver, you might be more than ready for a vacation. The problem is, it can sometimes be hard to fit that luxury in to an already busy summer season. If it’s been way too long since your last vacation,
It’s that time of year…people are getting away, taking luxurious trips, and spending a week in total relaxation mode. This can sting if you have no plans of doing any such thing this summer. Picking up extra shifts
While there certainly are benefits to being active at work, being on your feet all day can sometimes be a pain…literally. As a nurse or caregiver, constantly being on the move is usually just part of the daily grind.
Now that summer has officially arrived, it’s time to start talking about sun safety again! Enjoying time outdoors with your clients or aging relatives can be a great way to keep them engaged and happy. However, it is
We love our parents more than almost anything. As we’ve grown up under their nurturing guidance, we naturally want to return the favor as they reach their later stages of life. However, parents of senior age can
Tuberculosis strikes hardest when your immune system is weakest, making it a deadly disease. Find out what is important in the fight against TB, and keep your aging loved ones and patients safe.