For older adults, prescription drugs are not only a necessary part of managing illnesses, but are a common part of everyday life, too.
Maintaining a healthy diet becomes an increasingly important way for seniors to stay active, energized and reduce the risk of common chronic conditions.
When you think of your aging loved ones, you might picture them enjoying the freedom of retirement, spending time pursuing treasured hobbies, or sharing their wisdom and experiences with grandchildren. An adult's later years are often full of opportunities to explore lifelong passions and discover new interests.
Have you ever worried about your loved one falling, or have they recently experienced a fall? Falls are one of the leading causes of injuries in seniors, often resulting in a visit to the emergency room or a hospitalization.
Prestige Senior Living's dementia care consultant, David Troxel, MPH shares five tips for caregivers navigating the holiday season with a person living with Alzheimer's disease or other dementia.