/Mobility

Mobility Problems

Managing Mobility Problems in Seniors Problems associated with aging can affect a person’s ability to move around, or mobility. Mobility problems may include unsteadiness while walking, difficulty getting in and out of a chair, or falls. Muscle weakness, joint problems, pain, disease, and neurological difficulties can all contribute to mobility problems. Sometimes several mild problems [...]

April 27th, 2017|

Reduced Mobility? Here’s how to stay fit

Improving Mobility in the Elderly; Tips to stay Healthy & Agile for the Elderly We are living longer, healthier lives than ever before. It’s a triumph for each family and wider society that we should celebrate. However, we haven’t yet eradicated some of the physical and health issues that challenge us at any stage of [...]

March 10th, 2017|

Elderly Driving

Elderly Driving - Legal Requirements and Checks you Need to Know Many senior citizens continue driving up into their eighties and beyond. Driving can give elderly people more freedom to get around on their own, and they often experience no problems when behind the wheel. However, if your elderly parent or relative still drives, there are [...]

March 21st, 2016|

Mobility Issues in the Elderly

Mobility Issues in the Elderly: Warning Signs & Steps to Take As people get older, you may find that their mobility begins to suffer. This is very common, and in most cases it is simply one of the problems of ageing. However, it can cause enormous distress. Even apparently minor difficulties for your elderly relative [...]

October 6th, 2015|

Living with your Elderly Relative

Living with your Elderly Relative: Financial and Physical Considerations If you have an elderly relative who may be unable to look after themselves without assistance, you may decide to take them into your home or live with them in their own home. If so, there will be a number of financial and physical considerations to take [...]

October 1st, 2015|

Time to get out of the house and enjoy time with family

Its spring, time to get out of the house and enjoy time with family, especially with your elders Spring means Easter, May Day and the spring bank holiday, and more importantly, a time to get together with family and to visit your elderly loved ones. It’s important, especially if you are a carer yourself to [...]

April 10th, 2015|