Enhanced Lighting Provides Smart and Simple Aging-in-Place Solutions

We are pleased to present another article from author and caregiving authority June Duncan.  Difficulties with vision is a common problem for aging adults.  In this article you will learn some interesting and straight forward ways that improved lighting can make your home environment safer and more pleasing. Image … [Read more...]

Pleural Mesothelioma – Cancer From Asbestos Exposure Affecting Seniors

Pleural mesothelioma is a cancer that develops in the cells that form the outer lining of the lungs and inner lining of the chest cavities. It is the most common type of asbestos-related cancer. Clinical trials offer access to new treatments such as immunotherapy. All types of mesothelioma are named after the location where … [Read more...]

Practicing Yoga Confidently as a Senior

In this article we feature a new writer on our blog, Harry Cline. Harry is creator of NewCaregiver.org and author of the upcoming book, The A-Z Home Care Handbook: Health Management How-Tos for Senior Caregivers. As a retired nursing home administrator, father of three, and caregiver to his ninety-year-old uncle, Harry … [Read more...]

The Importance of Self-Care for Caregivers

Author and caregiver June Duncan is back with a new article for us on the importance of taking care of yourself, the caregiver.  We see it all the time where it ends up that the caregiver is the one that gets sick, sometimes in very serious ways.  Paying attention to the warning signs and making adjustments to your routine … [Read more...]

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Resources for Caregivers

Being a caregiver is one of the most selfless roles anyone can fulfill. In many cases, it means putting someone else’s needs above your own, sacrificing your time and peace of mind, and finding higher levels of patience and understanding. It can create a sense of purpose, but it can also be very taxing and physically … [Read more...]

Guide To An Accessible Home for Seniors

In this latest article from author and caregiver June Duncan, June tells us all about the things to look for when considering a home that will be the most user friendly for aging adults.  Most experts agree that living independently in your own home is the preferred alternative as long as it is safe to do so.  Looking for a … [Read more...]

The Best Advice for Bringing an Elderly Loved One into Your Home

Today we have another article from June Duncan, author of the new book entitled 'The Complete Guide to Caregiving: A Daily Companion for New Senior Caregivers'.  Today's article is: The Best Advice for Bringing an Elderly Loved One into Your Home  by June Duncan Author and … [Read more...]

One Hour Power Routine for Caregiver Health and Wellness

We want to introduce you to June Duncan, author of a new and soon to be released book entitled The Complete Guide to Caregiving: A Daily Companion for New Senior Caregivers.   Taking an excerpt from her upcoming book, June presents a great One Hour Power Routine for Caregiver Health and Wellness. As someone who … [Read more...]

4 Things Only Seniors Who Love to Travel Will Understand, … by: Marie Villeza

4 Things Only Seniors Who Love to Travel Will Understand Traveling at any age can be a wild adventure, but seniors especially love to make travel a way of life rather than a vacation, thanks to their retiree status. That isn’t to say that seniors should throw caution to the wind when they travel, however. There are a few … [Read more...]

SUGAR vs COCAINE, Which is more addictive?

Is Sugar as Addictive as Cocaine? It’s legal, socially accepted, and lurking in everything we eat. Let’s face it we use sugar as a reward; we express love and admiration through sugary treats, celebrate holidays and reward ourselves with it. We have a bad day and say, “We deserve it”. We add sugar to our coffee, bake … [Read more...]