Monthly Archives: August 2021

How To Keep Seniors Stay Safe Throughout Hurricane Season

Hurricane season in Florida runs from June 1 – November 30. During this time seniors need to watch the weather forecast and be prepared to take steps to keep themselves safe. Preparing for a Storm in Hurricane Season Seniors are more vulnerable to the risks that are associated with hurricane season. There are some things you can do to help them stay safe. This starts with knowing if they’re in a “hurricane evacuation zone” and will need to be evacuated. It’s also important to help Read More +

Becoming Accustomed to Your New Hearing Aids

When you first get hearing aids you may be a little overwhelmed by all of the new sounds around you.  This is because you’ve been deprived of sound for a while then all of the sudden you’re able to hear again. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help you become acclimated to these new sounds. Embarking on the Journey Towards Hearing Aids A person will typically live with hearing loss for several years before considering hearing aids. In fact, Consumer Reports surveyed Read More +

Tips For Staying Fit as You Grow Older

Even though you may work hard to maintain good health in your youth you may still encounter some unpredictable complications when it comes to your health later in life. This is why it’s so important to prioritize and invest in a healthy lifestyle so you’re better equipped when you encounter these things. There are many ways of doing this (e.g. healthy recipes, daily movement) but even making a small commitment will make a big difference in your health. Learn to Listen to Your Body By Read More +

Healthy Habits For Seniors

There are many different aspects to consider whenever you’re looking at senior health needs. Not only will you need to see your doctor to have a physical, but you’ll also need to have routine dental check-ups and maintain your prescriptions throughout it all. This is why many caregivers also suffer from health issues while taking care of their loved one. Nevertheless, it’s still important for you to take steps to understand what’s needed to help them maintain their health, especially if they have serious health Read More +