Category Archives: Mental Health

Practical Tips to Address the Fear of Falling in Older Adults

  As we age, it is natural to become more cautious about the risk of falling. However, for some older adults, the fear of falling can become paralyzing, causing a decrease in physical activity, social engagement, and overall quality of life. It’s important to address this fear head-on and empower older adults to live confidently … Continue reading

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Help Older Adults Maintain Dignity to Promote Quality of Life

  It’s very easy to become swept up in the everyday tasks of caregiving for a senior you love. There’s so much to be done, and often it’s just much easier and much more efficient to do it all yourself, letting your loved one relax. After all, our elders have taken care of things for a … Continue reading

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Mental Health Tip: Help for Holiday Depression in Seniors

Mental health in seniors is important year-round, but especially during the holidays. In spite of its reputation for being a season of joy, for many seniors, the holidays are a time of deep sadness. Yearning for holidays past, grief over the loss of loved ones, and difficult changes to health can magnify all through the … Continue reading

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