Category: Loved Ones

Signs that your parents may need more support

Thanks to the recent holidays, you’ve probably spent quite a bit of time with your elderly parents and grandparents. Unfortunately, during this quality time together, you might have noticed a few things that indicate your parents or grandparents are going through a period of declining help, which may mean they need additional help at home. …

How To Discuss The Idea Of Death

Most people have a tendency to avoid talking about death or dying. Even among the elderly and at aged care facilities throughout Australia. It is simply not a topic of conversation. More often than not, no one seems to be willing to talk about it until it has a lready occurred. However, this can make …

Why Seniors Prefer To Live At Home

Old age is daunting for many people due to the risks and problems one encounters during old age. Some of the issues one encounters include social isolation due to your kids being already grown-ups. The kids usually have relocated to urban living their parents in rural areas. Another chronic problem of old age is insufficient …

7 Money Saving Tips For Seniors

Saving money is important to everyone, and possibly even more so to seniors who may be on a fixed income or who may have to find a way of dealing with a short-term increase in their expenditure. Any older people who are interested in money saving tips should read on and learn how they can …

4 Ways To Help Seniors Keep Friends Close

Keeping friends close is a fact you should always carry on even at your old age. When someone communicates with old and new acquaintances, they feel they have companions who care other than their caregivers. The physical and mental health of a person can be improved by directly interacting with friends. Since people drift apart …