Changing eating habits may prove challenging to the elderly, but
their health may depend on it.
Exploring the world around us is exciting and educational. But nothing spoils a trip like getting sick.
Have you ever taken the wrong pill? Some bad things could happen.
Senior Services’ EnhanceFitness program recognized Northeast
Seattle’s Stacy Burnham as the 2015 Washington EnhanceFitness Instructor
of the Year.
We have friendships for many different reasons: to experience the
best in others, to experience the best in ourselves, to find comfort,
at-ease conversation and to better understand our past, our present and
definitely where we are headed next.
Bootyland is collecting
new or gently used books through Sunday, June 7, to share with families
I recently took a spill, and it made me realize, more than ever, the importance of safety in the home, especially for seniors.
As we age, we all fear that we might fall victim to dementia, Alzheimer’s or a stroke. Neuroscience research is ongoing, looking for causes. A few revelations provide helpful pathways for maintaining and even stimulating “brain health.”
The lengthy list of requirements on adult family homes could restrict the number of new facilities needed to meet the growing demand by an aging population in Seattle and King County, according to the owner of multiple senior-care facilities.
If the essence of living is activity, then it’s especially vital for the elderly. As a member of the elder-care profession, I observe an unfortunate reality during the winter months: We inexplicably lose seniors who are frail and suffering from poor health.
Beginning with today's Protect Your Pet event, the
Seattle Animal Shelter's mobile clinic will temporarily relocate from the shelter’s main parking
lot to a spot adjacent to the canine corral, on the west side of the