Monthly Archives: May 2021

Taking care of your elderly parents requires a lot of patience and time, which can be challenging. Sometimes, you just need a short-term break, otherwise known as “respite.”  Using in-home respite care services can support and even strengthen your ability to be a caregiver after returning from your much-deserved break. If you are unfamiliar with …

A Distraught Senior Man Suffering From a Migraine While Sitting on the sofa in the Living Room

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and an important opportunity to address a very real issue for seniors: depression. It’s important to note, depression is more than feeling sad from time to time.  Depression affects how older adults think, feel and go about everyday tasks in their lives. It can also negatively impact preexisting physical …