1. Immune Boosting Tips for Seniors

    The older we get, the more susceptible we are to disease, infections and even cancer.  The last thing anyone wants is to get sick, and in order to avoid illness, you need to take steps to make your immune system strong. Studies have found that the aging process reduces the response of the immune system, and that is why it's so important for seniors to do what they can to boost their immune system…Read More

  2. The Benefits of Yoga for Seniors Part 2

    Yoga is great for people of all ages! The misconception that only young people can practice yoga is far too common. Not only can older people practice yoga, but it can actually benefit them in many ways! In our latest post, our in home care experts in Chapel Hill went over a few of the benefits of yoga for seniors. Keep reading to learn about more ways you can benefit from yoga: #4. A Reduction in…Read More

  3. Tips to Help Seniors Become More Social

    Is your loved one lonely? Social isolation and loneliness are strikingly common, and they will only increase as our older population continues to grow. Although many older adults would prefer to live at home, one study found that around 43% of seniors who live at home were socially isolated. As you can see, loneliness and isolation are major problem for older adults in the United States, and unfor…Read More

  4. What You Need to Know About Falls

    Millions of older adults fall every year in the United States. Falls are a major problem for older adults (people who are 65 or older). In fact, 1 out of every 3 older people will fall every year, and once you fall, your chance of falling again doubles. Falls are a major concern, especially for older people who live at home by themselves. Falls cause broken bones, head injuries and anxiety, and mo…Read More

  5. Why Home Care May be a Great Option

    Assisted livings and nursing homes are no longer your only option. It used to be that when you wanted professional help to care for your loved one, you had to put them in either an assisted living facility or a nursing home. Today, you have more options, and your loved one may even be able to get the care that they need at home. Although the community and social aspects of a retirement community a…Read More