Have you even been to one of those historical shrines or perhaps ancient wonders where in you need to walk up more than 200 steps on the stairs, just to catch a glimpse of history? Whew! Ive been to one. But going back is the farthest thing on my mind. In fact, had I known it was too be that exhausting, I would not have given it a time of the day. But what if you had no choice but to climb that flight of stairs and everyday nonetheless!
There are many makes and models of personal mobility scooters to choose from. Break them down and they fall into the 4 following categories of scooters. Here they are:
People nowadays have already realized the importance of saving for the future, especially for their retirement. This is because when they reach their retirement age, all they have to do is to relax and enjoy life together with the financial benefits that they themselves have tried to save little by little.
That is why, when it comes to retirement and the benefits that can be derived from it, people should take the matter seriously.
Because of the growing trend in retire…
For the elderly, water fitness is safe, fills the need for exercise, increases a body’s range of motion and is a low-impact exercise.
Time marches on and so do we. Before we know it, we are older and so are our parents or loved ones. Caring for them and being sure their needs are met become a prime concern especially when they begin to not be able to care for themselves as they used to. This dilemma touches most every family. The thing to avoid is to remain under a veil of ignorance by not understanding your options and waiting until the last minute to make an abrupt and often uniformed decision. Care for t…
“It is a bittersweet irony that those who care for the sufferers in reality suffer more than the sufferers do themselves.” Stephen Morgan describes, in the first part of a series, how life can indeed be “up and down” being a Primary Carer for a relative suffering with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Progress is being made on the homefront for those caring for family members suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia.
Is the COLA (Cost Of Living Adjustment) losing its fizz? Many seniors now feel that the annual Social Security cost of living increase is failing to keep up with the soaring prices of everything from gas and heating bills to groceries and prescription drugs and are looking for ways to improve the system.
Today, growing older doesn’t necessarily mean slowing down your life. In fact, just the opposite is true, as thousands of seniors have already discovered how to enjoy their “golden years” with vigor and style.
Since January, millions of seniors have enrolled in the new Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit plan.
Since the Medicare Part D drug benefit was unveiled, it has proven to be even more confusing and inefficient than its critics predicted. Even seniors who have been able to register for the program must still struggle with a $3,000 gap in benefits coverage and a hefty monthly premium.
If you or someone you know is looking into home care for a relative, or may soon be in that position, here is some information that may help make the process more manageable.