Articles for Seniors & Veterans

3 Strategies for Preventing the Flu

If you care for someone who is 65 or older, their health is their biggest asset, and preventing the flu becomes more important. Although young, healthy adults struggle with flu illnesses, doctors’ visits, and missed work and school due to flu, researchers estimate...

Senior Fire Safety: Every Second Counts

Consider this scenario: It’s 6 p.m. Your father is reheating some soup on the stove when he hears his phone ring in the living room. It’s just another telemarketer, but he leaves the stovetop unattended for just long enough. Now the smoke alarm is sounding and the...

3 Autumn Safety Tips for Seniors

If you care for an aging loved one who lives on their own, it’s time to start thinking about the other things that come with the red and orange leaves and the crisp and cool air. From taking on home maintenance projects to eliminate fire risks to raking up leaves to...