You can also age in place in an active adult community! Here are 3 reasons why you should consider that option.
Lucy has begun walking with a cane. But, that hasn’t stopped her from enjoying her garden. That is, until one day she falls with no one around to help.
Grab bars can be installed almost anywhere throughout your home. So, let’s talk placement. Here are 5 facts about installing grab bars!
There are a number of financial aid programs available that can help seniors with home modifications and improvement projects for aging-in-place, but what’s available to your senior loved ones will depend on their financial situation and where they live. Here are some different options to explore.
Caring for an aging parent or other loved one over a period of time can be very challenging both physically and mentally. Fortunately, there are a number of tips and services you can turn to that can help lighten the load. Here are several to consider.
Each year, more than 1-in-4 older Americans fall, making it the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries for those age 65 and older. But many falls can be prevented. Here are some different tips that can help prevent them.
Whether you’re receiving home care or looking for a CAPS professional, start here by learning some basic terms and phrases!
Let’s talk about the 3 most common types of therapy that are available to you at home.
Whether you’re planning ahead or actively seeking services; start by learning the basics with our ultimate glossary of home care terms.
Shawn D’Amelio from With A Little Help talks about making sure your senior loved one’s home supports them so that they are better able to age in place.