There is no greater power and support you can give someone than to say, “Your life matters.”
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Money is a sensitive topic for seniors Managing financial matters is an important part of caring for an older adult. However, it can be tough to convince someone that they need help, even if all the signs are there. That’s why helping aging parents with finances (or your spouse or relative) requires a gentle approach. … Read moreHelping Aging Parents With Finances: 5 Ways to Reduce Resistance
Admitting to bathroom accidents can be tough for seniors. They may try to cover it up by hiding signs of incontinence, which prevents them from getting the help they need to be comfortable, clean, and healthy. Aeroflow Healthcare explains why seniors might hide it and shares 3 tips for recognizing senior incontinence. Incontinence is … Read more3 Tips for Recognizing Signs of Incontinence in Seniors
A senior living advisor helps seniors find a place that suits their needs When your older adult needs to move out of their home, finding available senior housing options can feel overwhelming. You might not know where to start to find assisted living that fits your older adult’s care needs, location, budget, and lifestyle preferences. … Read moreHow Senior Living Advisors Help Find Assisted Living
Seniors with dementia are more vulnerable to abuse Seniors with dementia sometimes make false accusations and claim that family or caregivers are mistreating them or stealing from them. In these cases, dementia is making them paranoid and delusional. But unfortunately, there are times when seniors with dementia are being abused. People with Alzheimer’s or dementia … Read more6 Signs of Elder Abuse in Seniors with Dementia
Voting for and supporting policymakers who are sexually prejudiced against LGBTQ people supports a societal hierarchy in which cisgender straight males are on top.
The more data we have about coincidences, the more support we can provide to those overwhelmed by them and to those who find themselves in the midst of psychological change.
World Mental Health Day this year focuses on inequality. The millions of people who need support when withdrawing from psychiatric drugs are mostly poor, female, or over 60.
Do you avoid conflict? You are not alone. We are wired to think concretely and seek out those who support our beliefs. This leads to avoidance of a conflict or an escalation of it.