How to Overcome the Challenge of Senior Fitness

Engaging in a routine fitness regimen is challenging at any age. Working out is tedious. We would prefer not to invest the time. We’re feeling the pain from yesterday’s exercises. We’ve all made excuses such as these for avoiding physical fitness; but frailty and aging make it even more daunting to keep up with an exercise regimen and maintain senior fitness.

From Frail to Fit: Best Senior Exercise Options

The positive effects of physical activity do not decline as we age, and it’s especially vital for older individuals to engage in as active a daily routine as possible. Even older adults who are confined to a bed or wheelchair-bound have a wide variety of methods available to strengthen and develop resistance and flexibility.

Top Five Treatment Options for Seniors with Mesothelioma

Older adults diagnosed with mesothelioma have a variety of options when it comes to treatment. The type of care your loved one receives will be determined after a doctor or specialist evaluates him or her. Since each older adult’s diagnosis is unique, treatment will vary on an individual basis. While there is no specific treatment that cures mesothelioma, an early diagnosis and aggressive treatment can lead to your loved one…

Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers During COVID-19

Providing home care services for a senior loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be complicated under the best of conditions; add in a global pandemic, one that calls for social distancing, personal protective equipment (PPE), and intensive sanitation of both ourselves and our home environment, and the challenge might seem insurmountable. Advanced Home Health Care’s dementia care team provides the following tips for Alzheimer’s caregivers to help keep both seniors and…

The 6 Best COVID-19 Resources for Seniors and Family Caregivers

Recognizing the best place to turn with regard to the latest, most dependable info on COVID-19, particularly as it relates to older adults and those who care for them, is extremely important – and complicated. Due to so many resources and different opinions on this earth-shattering topic, our team at Advanced Home Health Care wanted to help make it simpler to find what you need by providing the list below of…

6 Key Benefits of Care Coordination

All of us want the best for the older adults we love – it’s only natural. But sometimes when families are involved with an older loved one’s care, feelings about what is best may clash. This can cause family members to work against each other as opposed to working together with each other. This is when it can be a good idea to pull in an outside person like a…

How Care Coordination Services Can Help Seniors Age in Place at Home

Ask nearly all older people if they want to remain in their homes, even if they are struggling with aging-related issues, and the reply is overwhelmingly a resounding “yes!” Having to move away from home, a place that has so many memories, can be distressing, even if seniors can identify that it’s getting more challenging to manage the tasks of everyday life. But, wishing to continue to be at home…

Facts and Myths About Urinary Incontinence in Older Adults

Urinary incontinence in older adults can be an embarrassing subject for those who experience it. The preconception behind the problem frequently contributes to individuals having either a lack of facts or believing in some common myths about incontinence. Following are some incontinence myths and the facts to be aware of instead:

Common Causes of Urinary Incontinence in Seniors

Incontinence, or reduced bladder control, is a disturbing and delicate issue, particularly for seniors. It can trigger a number of problems, from skin sores to social reclusiveness for individuals who are uncomfortable with leaving home in case of an “accident.” But while bladder leakage causes approximately 25 million people in America to suffer with difficulties, the affliction seldom receives the attention and conversation it needs. With the lack of communication…

Senior Vision: Warning Signs that May Indicate Impairment

When taking care of elderly parents, understand that discussing health issues is hard for many older individuals. They might believe their health issues are their business and no one else’s, or they might possibly be fearful that if they admit to experiencing problems, they could compromise their ability to remain independent. This is oftentimes the situation regarding vision loss.