Caring for a senior parent or loved one can be challenging, but what about when you live a distance away? How do you assist them when seeing him or her on a daily basis is not an option? You can help and care for your loved one from afar. However, there may come a time when the day-to-day caregiving must be provided by someone local.
As we age, our metabolism changes and our bodies require different minerals and nutrients. Having a lack of these vitamins and nutrients in your diet as an older adult can cause low energy, low appetite, and a lower immunity level.
The Springs at Simpsonville's January 2020 Employee of the Month is Amber Budley! Amber is originally from Greenville, South Carolina, and has spent most of her life here apart from one year she lived in Washington State. Amber attended Woodmont…
While caregiving can be wholly rewarding, it can be hard to maintain a balance between your responsibilities to their care and your own. In a study conducted by AARP, the leading cause of caregiver burnout was the caregiver neglecting their own health. Caregiver burnout is a state of emotional and physical exhaustion that can occur while undertaking these responsibilities.
Knowing when the proper time to talk to senior parent(s) about moving into a senior living community can be difficult. If your parent(s) or loved one lives far away, it can make it even more challenging, as you likely don’t know how they handle their day to day activities.