Aging Parents: Early Steps in Caring Caring for a parent is very stressful, but there's much you can do to help you prepare yourself for the road ahead. Take the time to think, plan, and gather information. It's time well spent and will save you aggravation and worry in the future. Here are some things to get you started.

Early steps in caring for your parent

Aging Parents: Taking Care of Yourself Coping with the stress of caring for an aging parent can be difficult. The first step in managing this possibly difficult time is to take care of yourself first. Here are some reminders of those things you can do to help you deal with stress effectively.

Taking care of yourself

Aging Parents: When to Step In Sometimes, knowing what to do to help an aging parent isn't easy. What are the signs you should look out for? How do you know your parent needs help with the household, with personal care, or with managing their money? Find out some of the telltale clues and some ways to get help with that important decision.

How do you know when to step in?

Bodies in Love Love is something you feel… and, like everything else you feel, your body is involved in it from beginning to end. Your body lets you know when you're in love, your body can be affected by love, and your body can even make loving more difficult. Find out more about your body in love.

Senior sex: Romance, Act Two

Caring for Aging Parents No one knows your parents as well as you do and no one cares for them as much. But caring for an aging family member can be frustrating, emotional, tiring, and scary, both for you and for the person you're caring for. Find out how you can best prepare yourself, your family, and your parent for some of the changes that may be in the future.

Early steps in caring for your parent How do you know when to step in? Prepare everyone emotionally well in advance Taking care of yourself

Eyesight Problems and Solutions Like the rest of your body, your eyes can deteriorate as you get older - but a problem with your eyesight is no small matter. We take a look at some common vision problems and some things that can be done to help weakening eyesight.

A look at cataracts Keeping an eye on macular degeneration The laser's edge

Incontinence and Aging Parents Incontinence can be easily and effectively managed. Knowing more about it can help you help your parents cope. While incontinence is not a normal part of aging, it is more common in older people.

Helping aging parents deal with possible incontinence

Indoor Exercises for Seniors Staying active doesn't mean you have to go outside (especially when it's too hot, too cold, or raining). Learn different ways you can stay active indoors.

Indoor exercises for seniors

Living with Psoriasis Living with psoriasis presents a variety of challenges. It has an emotional impact as well as a physical one and can cause a great deal of stress. Depending on the time of year, or what stage of life you are at, there are also different considerations to keep in mind.

Seniors and psoriasis

Seniors' Health Canada's population is graying, with over 7 million seniors - people aged 65 and over - making up almost 19% of our population as of 2021. And that number is growing fast as more of us are living longer, healthier lives. Here are some tips for healthy living in your "golden years."

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