Your loved one needs help paying for their medical bills. You know Medicaid and Medicare are government insurance programs, but what is the difference? You aren’t sure if you or your loved one will qualify or what the insurance will cover once qualified.
As we enter the New Year you may have already decided on your resolutions for self-improvement, but have you considered an action plan to help your role as a caregiver?
After a catastrophe occurs it can be shocking. The damage can be extensive and the clean up can be overwhelming, especially for the disabled and elderly.
As a caretaker or loved one of someone with a speech impairment, you know how hard it can be to communicate with one another. Well Talkitt heard your voice and has created a technology that will now help you hear theirs.
“Life-changing” and a “miracle” are what some parents are calling the new mobile application, Pokémon go. Although the effects have yet to be studied, some are finding this virtual reality one that is changing the lives of their children forever by encouraging those with autism to socialize and interact with others.
We all know that the world we live in today is not what it used to be. Continuously, we hear stories on the news about technology’s growth and the dangers it possesses, from cyber attacks and bullying to scams and fraudulent acts targeting people all over the world.
It can be difficult to enjoy the holidays when a family member is elderly or disabled. What is deemed the “happiest time of the year” by many can bring extra stress to parents of disabled children and adults, along with adult children of elderly. Here are 7 tips to keep the holidays happy for everyone in your family.
As you age, you may have a feeling of emptiness where a job once was. Now that you are retired and have more free time, you may be wondering how to fill this gap. Volunteering in your community can help others while also helping yourself.
You’ve been on your own for awhile now, and your house has more space than you could ever use. Some rooms sit for days or weeks without use, and pieces of furniture get dusty from lack of use. You don’t want to move, but it seems like you should. Here are some tips to help you know if it’s time to downsize.
The winter months can bring many extra dangers to the elderly. Here are some of the most common dangers to affect the elderly and how to help ensure safety.