How much do you know about HIPAA? The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 applies not only to health insurance but privacy and medical records issues as well. Here’s what you need to know.
Tax season is here, and so are the scams. Here are three important things to know: 1. The IRS doesn’t send texts to taxpayers to discuss tax issues and typically doesn’t send e-mails or make phone calls to taxpayers. The agency most often sends letters through...
Studies have shown that music therapy can be an effective tool in the recovery process for stroke victims and for Alzheimer’s patients.
What does caregiving mean for your worklife?Talking to your boss is the only way to find out.
There are many devices you can invest in to help you stay independent in your home for many years to come.
As you age, you begin to appreciate the fun, little things in life. Our social calendar keeps your loved ones busy, social and active as much as they want to be!
If you’re a senior, keep this in mind: it is absolutely never too late to start an exercise program.
Caretakers have a lot on their plates – from determining the nutritional needs of their loved ones to meal prep itself. If you’re wondering whether your charge’s diet is where it needs to be, ask a licensed dietitian!
It can be easy for seniors to lose track of when — and which — medications they’ve already taken in a given day. We help manage them safely.
Don’t let negativity take over your mind. These tips can help you quiet the chatter that can be destructive to your wellbeing. (You’ve got this!)