A 73-year-old widow wrecks her car. Her adult son, realizing it is no longer safe, insists she stop driving. His stubborn mother argues she’s perfectly capable and doesn’t need a chauffeur. It takes a long time before she grudgingly admits he was right.Read More
It’s not always easy to recognize the time has come for your aging parents to stop driving. And seniors often refuse to give up their keys, even when it’s obvious they should.Read More
There are a variety of things seniors can do to help improve their memories like learn a language and get a good night's sleep.Read More
A recent study published in The Journals of Gerontology: Series A found that balance issues, week lower limbs and poor neck flexibility are some of the complications that lead to an elevated risk of less-safe driving, especially among seniors.Read More
When a loved one is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia it changes everything. Suddenly you and your family members are faced with a lot of uncertainty and impending challenges that you probably never anticipated facing. It’s difficult to watch someone you love begin to struggle and of course you want to help to improve their lives and situations all that you can.