How to Keep Your Senior Driving Safely
Just because your loved one has reached a certain age, it doesn’t necessarily mean she needs to quit driving altogether. Many seniors can still drive but they may just need to be a little more vigilant about ensuring that they are driving safely. When it comes time for them to hang up the keys for […]Read More
Signs Of Heat Stroke Seniors Shouldn’t Ignore
According to the National Institute of Health, seniors have a higher risk than other age groups of developing heat stroke or heat-related illnesses. Seniors often have poor circulation and other conditions that make it more difficult for the body to regulate temperature. Most seniors are dehydrated too, which can increase the impact of heat on […]Read More
How Does Elder Care Identify and Address Fall Risks for Seniors?
Aging adults are at unfortunately high risk of experiencing falls at home. Once a senior does fall, they are twice as likely to experience another fall. And if that person avoided serious injury the first time around, they may not be as lucky the next time a fall occurs. That’s why having as much help […]Read More
Is It Time for Your Senior to Stop Driving?
In 20 years, the number of drivers aged 65 or older increased by 68%. In 2020, almost 200,000 older drivers were involved in crashes that required a trip to the hospital. Changes in vision, mental function, and flexibility can all increase the risk of a crash. Sometimes, an older adult needs to stop driving for […]Read More
Tips for Making an Emergency Checklist for Your Senior
Senior Home Care in Henderson NV: As you are taking care of your elderly loved one, take some time to think about what they will do if there is an emergency and nobody is around.Read More