Caring for Aging Parents
Caring for elderly parents, whether at home (yours or theirs), or long distance? Here you’ll find tips, resources, and more to help you on this difficult yet rewarding journey. I’ve been caring for various elderly relatives for years, including dealing with caring for elderly parents with dementia symptoms, Parkinson’s Disease, diabetes, COPD, and more. I love to research to help my beloveds and to help my readers. We’ll even talk about aging in place ideas – to make their home, or yours, safer for aging parents.
P.S. Here are two of my top recommendations for all of our elderly parents!
A simple cell phone elderly parents can actually use – including the option to dial 0 and have the operator dial the number for them! My senior mom has used the Jitterbug for years and loves it. We’ve recommended it online AND off to all!
A senior medical alert device like a pendant to wear around their neck that notifies the 24/7 operator that they need help. I especially recommend one that offers fall alerts!
Spring 2017 has sprung. Spring 2017 Joys Here in my neck of the woods of Roseville CA next to Sacramento, we are enjoying beautiful flowers everywhere. We also have a good-sized wind going on today. Perfect for kites. But I suspect some of our winter flowers, like camellias, won’t be around much longer. That’s OK though. […]
Kudos to Honeywell for a safe portable heater and easier thermostat for our elderly parents. Very handy for wee grandkids too!
Discussing caregiving tips for elderly parents and safer microwaves along with fun mustache pacifiers for grandkids along with sweet encouragement.
Caring for elderly parents? Walking trails and walking tips for boomers and seniors along with encouraging Bible verses, coloring pages, and more.
Advent devotions for boomers and seniors, Christmas coloring pages for all ages, iPad tips for elderly parents, & the Caregiving Progressive Holiday Blog Party
Crafting projects for long distance grandkids, swim shoes for senior mom, and encouraging devotionals for boomers and senior citizens…