elderly Tag

  The National Council on Aging reports 1 in 10 Americans 60 years and older have experienced some form of elder abuse. As our parents and loved ones grow older they become physically frail making them increasingly vulnerable to abuse and neglect. Furthermore, loss of hearing, eyesight,...

Talking to an elderly parent espcially with one who has hearing loss or dementia can be difficult. You may notice the conversation does not flow as easily as before. Or maybe you say the same information over and over before a parent seems to hear...

Becoming a caregiver for an elderly parent or spouse/domestic partner is a role many adults will play at some point in their lives. This situation may happen suddenly, usually after a serious fall, or come on gradually after a series of minor accidents or declining health by an elderly loved...

Retired from their careers and with their children grown and leading their own busy lives, many seniors I work with tell me they feel they no longer have a purpose in their lives. Several of my clients have outlived their friends or other family members....