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!
Crafting projects for long distance grandkids, swim shoes for senior mom, and encouraging devotionals for boomers and senior citizens…
Caregiving for our elderly parents usually includes plenty of doctor appointments. Here’s how I strive to make those a bit nicer and more interesting.
Tips to protect you and your mobile phone from accidentally calling 911.
Thinking outside the box often pays off whether you are caring for elderly parents, buying or selling a house, working on flower arrangements…
Encouraging and comforting Bible verses help all of us boomers and seniors to keep walking close in the Lord and in His Word.
Looking for ways to destress the holidays a bit to make caregiving a bit simpler? And have fun with the grandkids? Join SandwichINK…
Keeping Our Eyes Fixed On God Enables Us To Keep On Going in the Midst of Trials During the Holidays
Happy Holidays aren’t always happy-especially when elderly parents are having health issues…
Do you ever have a sensation of feeling cold on your back. My senior mom does! Here’s one thing we found to help her.
Is there a good reason to encourage our senior parents, grandkids, and us in gardening activities? Absolutely-here’s a bunch, come add more.