Holiday stress affects seniors in many ways. From grieving a late spouse to anxiety over dietary restrictions, seniors may need your help to enjoy their holidays.
How Does Pet Therapy Benefit People With Dementia?
Wondering about pet therapy and if it really helps people who have dementia? Learn more about the researched benefits of animal-assisted therapy.
Driving advice from a trauma surgeon
If you are meeting me in a hospital, it is likely because you have been stabbed, shot, assaulted, or in a car accident.
Know the 10 Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
Are you concerned about yourself or a loved one? Learn the 10 early signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.
Brain Health for Seniors: 5 Tips for Getting Social and Staying Smart
Let’s look at five of the best ways to promote brain health for seniors.
The Village Hemet Daily News
This daily newspaper is brought to your courtesy of The Village Retirement Community. There’s a difference between living and living well! And, upon your ... by Diane Masson
How Nutritional Needs Change for Seniors and What You Can Eat For Good Health
Did you know your nutritional needs change as you age? Learn how you can promote good health in your later years and eat for healthy longevity.
How to improve driving safety for older adults
Some physical and mental changes that occur with age can affect a person's ability to drive. These include slower reaction times, night blindness, and pain and stiffness.
Top Five Nutritional Foods for Senior Citizens
When it comes to providing senior citizens with the best care and assistance, we are always looking for ways to improve. By connecting home care agencies with the highest-quality health care professionals, we are ensuring that seniors’ needs are truly being met. One topic that often arises when it comes to live-in, part-time, and full-time care, is the issue of nutritional needs. What types of food are best suited for the elderly? What can they eat to help ensure their health and longevity?
5 Reasons Why a Senior May Not Eat Enough
When seniors don’t eat enough, they can become malnourished. Here are five reasons seniors don’t eat well--and what you can do about it.