Managing Medications

Managing Medications

Senior adults are often prescribed multiple medications by their physician to address the illnesses and issues of aging. Yet some seniors do not take the medications as directed. The US Department of Health and Human Services estimates that 55% of the elderly don’t...
Quality of Life for Seniors

Quality of Life for Seniors

As senior adults continue to age, they often become homebound and their quality of life is affected. Once they no longer drive, many lose the independence to come and go, to see friends, to attend church or other events, or even enjoy the outdoors. That sense of being...
Shoes for the Elderly

Shoes for the Elderly

Shoes are an important part of everyone’s clothing, especially for the elderly. Properly fitting shoes can also help in the prevention of falls. Harvard Medical School has estimated that an estimated 18,000 Americans die each year after being injured from a fall. As...
Insomnia in Senior Adults

Insomnia in Senior Adults

Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by having difficulty either falling asleep or staying asleep. It’s estimated that 10 to 30% of adults live with insomnia; those age 60 and above are more prone to insomnia. Seniors are at a higher risk. Our internal circadian...

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