Every month, a group of older adults goes to Washington, D.C.’s Sibley Memorial Hospital, but they don’t see a doctor or get tests. They’re not sick. They come just for… (Read More)
Residents of many parts of the country have few, if any, options for nursing homes with good ratings if they want their loved ones close by.
Many retirees opt to sell their house and rent a smaller, less expensive place. But rentals are also popular with young people with, shall we say, different lifestyles. Here’s how to find a rental that’s right for you.
Antipsychotic drugs are traditionally deployed to control what are seen as problem behaviors in dementia patients. To comply with new federal guidelines, care facilities are scaling back use of such medications, but that requires new approaches and retraining staff.
Many older people, particularly those with medical conditions, worry about running out of money—and a new study shows those concerns are justified.
New regulations on reverse mortgages mean that 6% to 20% of applicants may no longer qualify for the loan. Here is what the process now looks like.
Caregiving expert Sherri Snelling talks about how seniors and their families need to consider the long term in deciding where to live, and how.
The luxury senior community is a growing niche for well-heeled patrons, with options ranging from age restriction to assisted living to continuing care.
Bring some color and fresh greenery into your room—create an indoor garden with these easy-to-grow plants.
It’s difficult for adult children to talk about finances with their aging parents, but it’s best to do it now—before an emergency happens.