Benefits of Staying Home

Benefits of Staying Home

Being stuck at home is tough for many people. We’re so used to meeting in person, driving to/from work, dining out, etc. that it can feel like there’s nothing to do. In fact, there are a lot of free, fun things you can do right from your own home. In some cases, you...
Organizing Ideas While Stuck at Home

Organizing Ideas While Stuck at Home

A vast majority of Americans have been stuck at home for a while in an effort to slow down the Corona Virus (aka COVID19). Although this can be frustrating, it’s also an ideal time to tackle some organization projects. Here are some of our top suggestions for what to...
Home Projects to Tackle During Seclusion

Home Projects to Tackle During Seclusion

Being stuck at home is hard on everyone. Whether you live alone or with family, the days can seem to drag on. TV and streaming services offer nothing new, and you’re tired of video games and board games. It’s time to tackle some home projects you’ve been putting off!...
Creating a Dementia-Friendly Environment at Home

Creating a Dementia-Friendly Environment at Home

For people with Alzheimer’s and dementia, everyday life can be both challenging and frustrating. As the symptoms progress, they will struggle with remembering, processing, thinking, and reasoning. Some simple changes to the home environment can help them stay...
Making Life Easier for Seniors with Large Print Materials

Making Life Easier for Seniors with Large Print Materials

Vision Loss in Seniors Vision loss happens slowly, so it may go unnoticed for an extended period of time. The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends seniors get an eye exam with dilation at least every two years. Caregivers can watch for changes as well. Any...