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Older adults are the most vulnerable group when it comes to disease COVID-19. Elder care companies must act to keep their employees and care recipients safe. Read 5 tips on how to protect the elderly from coronavirus as a caregiver or care provider.
The elderly population is growing and with less family caregivers available, society struggles to keep up with the rising disparity. Is it possible to use recent developments of artificial intelligence as a way to avoid a possible societal disaster? Read further to discover the answer.
As a caregiver you are at a heightened risk of suffering from mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. Take care of yourself so you can take care of others. Read five tricks on how to keep your sanity as a professional caregiver.
Sadly, for many people who are 59 years and above, retirement doesn't always turn out so well. If you are caregiving someone that has only a set amount of money to retain our life style (also known as fixed income) read how to help your elderly to manage this situation.
Aging in place without external help is no walk in the park for our seniors. It can be tasking on their bodies and increase the chances of injury. Check out 5 ways to improve their homes to make aging in place much easier for them.