Tag Archives: age

3 Behavioral Problems that Come with Dementia and How to Manage Them

When caring for a loved one who has Alzheimer’s or dementia, behavior can be one of the most difficult parts of the daily journey. It’s important to understand that the disease changes your loved one’s brain, and because of these changes, communication problems can arise. Being aware of some of the more common behavioral problems that come with dementia can help you give your loved one the best possible care. Continue reading

Social Security Checks are Lower than Many Americans Expect, Survey Finds

Americans hoping to fund their post-work years on an average Social Security check of $1,410 a month may want to rethink their retirement savings plans.   Continue reading

World’s Senior Population Expected to Boom by 2050

Currently, people ages 65 and older make up a little less than 9 percent of the population worldwide. A new report commissioned by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) claims the world’s senior population is expected to grow to around 17 percent by the year 2050. These projections have the number of Americans 65 and older growing from 48 million people to 88 million. Continue reading

3 Ways Caregivers Can Get Financial Assistance

If you are a caregiver looking for financial assistance, there are several programs that may be able to help you. While you will still have to pay some out-of-pocket, taking advantage of these services can help you reduce the amount that you are personal spending on caregiving. Here are three ways you can get financial help. Continue reading

5 Ways Seniors Can Eat Healthy

It’s no secret that choosing to eat healthy can—along with just generally making you feel better— help to prolong your life. Many seniors suffer from malnutrition, due to many different factors, from health to income. To make sure you age well and stay active, independent, and happy, here are five easy ways you can make sure you eat healthy. Continue reading