Learn more about alzheimer’s and dementia. Our Alzheimer’s and dementia guide tells you everything you need to know about alzheimer’s.
Learn more about the risk factors of a stroke. Use this self-assessment and learn more about each risk factor and what you can do to prevent a stroke.
Learn more about how CHF affects the body, CHF treatment, and tips to care for seniors with CHF to help family and caregivers learn more about this serious condition.
Learn more about pneumonia with these free resources. We’ve provided tools from apps to articles to help you learn more about this diagnosis.
Don't wait for an accident to happen. Prevent falls by identifying and addressing home hazards through this home assessment.
Taking a vacation may seem impossible, but this easy checklist can help caregivers have a stress-free vacation to get the rest and relaxation they need.
This toolkit arms family caregivers with the resources they need to provide effective care for their aging loved ones.
Learn how to utilize social media platforms to stay connected to friends and family. This guide covers Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
About 50% of senior hospital admissions can be prevented. This guide reviews preventative steps seniors can take to remain healthy and at home.
New technology could redefine senior care as we know it. Get a sneak peek of cutting-edge technologies that are being developed to help seniors.
Caregiving can be rewarding, but it can also be physically, emotionally, and financially demanding. Discover the true cost of caring for a loved one.
This eBook presents a closer look at the UK model to determine if this hospital readmission reduction plan will work in the United States.
Aging in place takes planning to become a reality. This timeline outlines the steps you should be taking at each phase of life to allow you to remain at home.
This long-term care eBook will guide you down the road to receive the best care possible for yourself or a loved one.
Review the different options that seniors and their family members can use to cover the costs of home care.
Is your loved one at risk? This assessment helps families and aging seniors determine if now is the right time to explore home care options.
Reviewing home care options can be difficult. Here are 7 questions you should ask during your decision-making process.