November 2019 marks National Family Caregivers Month, and this year’s theme is one that will resonate with many caregivers: “Caregiving Around the Clock.” This month of awareness and celebration will shine a light on caregiving, and bring challenges family members face to the forefront of senior care discussions. This month can help connect those in need of support with caregiving resources and respite options. Learn more about what National Family Caregivers Month means for caregivers and those they love.
The golden years of retirement offer a unique opportunity for many individuals to explore philanthropic avenues. Volunteering is a great chance to meet new friends, give back to your local community, and fill your day with rewarding activities. However, with so many types of volunteer work available to retirees, it can feel overwhelming to choose the right program. Fortunately, this post will help you find the volunteer work that is perfect for your interests, lifestyle, and personality.
Seniors who are unable to drive often have difficulty making it to important events such as medical appointments, but ride-sharing apps are giving them newfound freedom to stay mobile and maintain their health.