Technology is a wonderful thing. Staying organized with daily reminders, quickly getting questions answered, and staying connected with family and friends are a few of the perks of today's technology. When applied to the senior demographic, technology takes on a whole new application.
Senior transportation is an area you might think has minimal options, and if you find yourself in a transitional care phase, you may be considering what these options are. If you are unable to drive yourself, senior transportation is essential, especially if you have to attend doctor visits, need to make a trip to the grocery store, or want to get out of the house. Luckily for you, there are options available!
Every year, thousands of seniors are targeted by many scams that aim to steal financial information, personal identities, or other prized possessions. As scammers become more clever and advanced, recognizing these scams become challenging because they emulate legitimate companies that your loved one would typically do business with.
You know, maybe the Golden Girls had it right all along; like pioneers for modern seniors and the sharing economy.
Where do most people want to reside, regardless of age or health? At home, of course. Yet chronic illness or dementia poses a challenge that many adult children or spouses of the frail elderly are unable to manage. CaraVita Home Care’s “Healthy Balance” program, designed by company founder and physical therapist Beth Cayce, supports clients needing professional personal care services at home.