While we all hope to reach a ripe old age, that goal is not without its share of worries. From physical changes to financial concerns, it can feel like there’s more than enough trouble to go around. However, some of the most common of these stressors are pretty simple to resolve with a few handy tricks up your sleeve.
How to improve your or your elderly loved one’s memory and mental health in a fun way.
Seniors face unique challenges, and we must understand these to make an impactful difference in the lives of those members of our communities.
With a few preventative measures and a willingness to adjust some traditions, senior citizens can stay healthy and follow their diets, while also having fun with their family members this holiday season.
Most seniors think about aging in place in terms of their home, but the community surrounding that home can be just as crucial to safe and healthy aging, as well.
We revisit an important topic shared with our caregivers by Greg Fowers with Provo Canyon Behavioral Hospital regarding dealing with difficult behaviors in caregiving.
Many seniors are staying safe and healthy by staying home, but are now at an even higher risk of depression and loneliness.
What does “abuse” mean? Abuse can refer to any situation in which someone who has more power hurts someone with less power. It may include: Verbal Abuse — saying mean or cruel things to you. Physical Abuse — hurting you
At Aspen Senior Day Center, we encourage the highest standard of health safety practices to ensure the health of both our employees and our clients. We have a great 10-year record of doing just that. With the Coronavirus in the news, we want to share with you our protocol to minimize the spread of viruses, bacteria, and other serious bugs.
Not dealing effectively with stress can impact your overall health, so it is important to learn healthy coping skills when life hands you curveballs. This is particularly important in the lives of caregivers.