Caregiving

Caregiving is one of the most selfless acts a person can do and so many people around the world and don’t even know that they are doing it!
Senior Lifestyle Magazine is a source for you to rely on to truly obtain key information to and inspiring stories to help you on your caregiving journey.

We continue with the second part in our series on end of life care with another guest post from...             Sebastian Sepulveda, MD,  author of At Death's Door: End of Life Stories from the Bedside Understanding What’s to Come: Open and Honest Conversations I am a...
As parents and loved ones become older, their wellbeing and safety can become major concerns. For all of us, our memories can struggle with age, and that can affect how well we look after ourselves. That can range from...
We are now living longer than ever. However, for many of us this doesn’t mean that we are living healthier. Many seniors spend years coping with chronic conditions and disabilities. At the same time, they may be looking after...
It is not possible for everyone to live with their parents and to take care of them as they age. Many a times it is parents who insist on living alone. You want the best for them and you...
Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder that causes extreme tiredness and pain in muscles, joints and bones. The symptoms are widespread and there is no cure at this time. Though you may only hear of it affecting younger people it...
The UK population is, on average, getting older. Naturally this means there are more older drivers on Britain's roads. In fact, in the UK there are 1.2 million full licence holders in their eighties, 100,000 in their nineties and...
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Going to the hospital can be fearful, stressful, lonely, boring and even, as in the case of a birth, a cause for celebration. While some patients only stay for a few days, others can be hospitalized for weeks or...
You know what it’s like to travel from place to place in your own city or community. The traffic is busy, driving can be dangerous and at times, pedestrians are at risk just crossing the street. If it’s this...
Don’t wait too long to plan future care for a parent or loved one. Many of us wait until there is a medical emergency before putting steps into place that will ensure our parent is well taken care of....
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