Finding the right Mother's Day gift can be challenging, especially when you're deciding what to give a senior whose interests and activities differ greatly from yours. Whether your mother or grandmother lives independently or in a senior facility, there are plenty of great gift options for you to consider.
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Being a ‘boomer’ in today’s world can be hard enough, yet often that generation is also faced with caring for aging parents. The emotions that come along with that can make them feel like they are riding the ultimate roller coaster.
One of the most important things we can do for our aging loved ones is to make sure that they are keeping themselves properly nourished. Often times it can be hard for them to get out to the grocery store, or to even consider what they may even feel like eating. Because of that, taking the time to do some meal prep ahead for them may be an option that would work for your loved one.
When caring for a loved one with a long-term illness, we often get caught up in the daily routine of meals, clean up, laundry, and the cycle repeats day after day. When days run into one another, we get weary, and sometimes we can get short with those that we love.
With all this talk about cholesterol, one would think we would know what we are talking about. But if you stop the average person on the street and ask: “What is cholesterol?” … most people would fumble over their definition like a first time dancer attempting to do the tango. It may surprise you to know that cholesterol isn’t bad in and of itself unless it begins to form plaque between the layers of your arteries. Then there are issues.
As we age, the fear of dementia or developing Alzheimer’s Disease is very real. Statistics show that “as many as five million Americans, age 65 and older, may have Alzheimer’s and it’s estimated that number will double for every five year interval beyond age 65.” Alzheimer’s is the most commonly thought of form of dementia, but there are other forms.