Women over 50 often find themselves caring for both their own families and their elderly parents or other relatives. This is often referred to as the “sandwich generation”. If you are a caregiver, then you know how important it is to keep your elderly loved ones active. Mobility is king! Many elderly people slow downContinue reading “4 WAYS TO KEEP ELDERLY LOVED ONES ACTIVE”
Many older adults have relationships, but maybe not when they’re in assisted living, have Alzheimer’s and the 91-year-old boyfriend has dementia, too. Source: My 86-Year-Old Mother Has a Boyfriend in Assisted Living Such a great article as so many of us “50+” are caring for aging parents.