Especially during the autumn season, colder temperatures, the presence of influenza, and even fallen leaves can put seniors’ wellbeing and independence at risk. Here are a few tips and best practices you can do to stay safe and enjoy everything that the autumn season has to offer.
Seniors can maintain healthy mouths and reduce their risk of cavities, gum disease, and everything in between, all by following a few best practices. Here are a few that senior clients can incorporate into their routines.
February is American Heart Month when the American Heart Association pulls out all the stops to encourage you to lead a healthy lifestyle and make smart food choices. One way to do that is to include superfoods in your diet, which are especially important as we age.
Cataracts represent the leading cause of blindness worldwide and they are known to primarily affect older adults. It’s vital that seniors have the right information to better understand the condition and know what to do if they have them.