As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, families across the nation are grappling with the question of whether or not to bring their loved ones home from long-term care facilities, like assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. Concerns about the spread of the potentially deadly respiratory disease are causing families to shelter their parents and loved ones […]
Care Tips for Seniors
Senior adults have an increased risk of facing memory issues. As we age, our brain cells start degenerating, which is why we tend to forget important things. If you want to reduce the risk of becoming forgetful as you age, then there are specific things that you can do to keep your brain active. Mental […]
Did you know that there are specialized oncologist nurses who work specifically with elderly patients that are diagnosed with cancer? These nurses play a critical role in making sure that older patients are fulfilling all of their steps towards recovery. The process of being treated for and recovering from this debilitating disease requires attention to […]
Written by Susan Ashby Arthritis is not an unusual diagnosis as we age. On the one hand, it is good to know exactly why your hands and fingers ache after gardening, your knees hurt or are stiff when you get up in the morning, or your hips ache after walking in the mall. On the […]
With the senior population on the rise, more older adults will need medical and non-medical in-home care from licensed nurses.
The quality of respiratory devices have grown tremendously over recent years. And there are a variety of respiratory diseases that benefit from these advanced tools.