Hygiene Best Practices to Keep You HealthyIn a single day, you come into contact with millions of germs that can make you sick. From bathroom counters to the grocery carts at your local market, germs and bacteria are everywhere and you become more susceptible to these as you age. Luckily, maintaining personal hygiene practices can help you care for your body and protect you from diseases.
Occupational Therapy for ADL’sAre you familiar with occupational therapy? If you or a loved one have been affected by an illness, injury or disability, occupational therapy can help. In fact, many occupational therapists work with seniors to help them maintain their independence.
January 27, 2020
5 Essential Vitamins and Minerals for Better Brain HealthAs we get older, it is normal to experience some decline in memory, focus and concentration. Although it may feel a bit frustrating, it’s a normal part of the aging process. Fortunately, there are certain lifestyle changes we can make to keep our brains healthy and our memories sharp. Maintaining a healthy diet is important at any age, but eating nutritious meals full of healthy vitamins and min
Seniors and Flu PreventionFlu season is in full swing yet again. While a bout with the flu virus is rough for everyone, seniors have a higher risk of contacting the flu and experience more severe symptoms as the virus takes its course. The flu is a highly contagious respiratory illness, and in some cases can even be fatal.