The Stress of caring for a senior citizen with epilepsy

As we get older, it is a fact of life that our bodies start to physically and neurologically break down, which means that seniors are especially susceptible to seizures and epilepsy. If you or a loved one are experiencing epilepsy for the first time after age 65, you’re not alone according to a recent report in U.S […]

5 Tips: Summer Safety

Triple digit temperature days have arrived in South Texas this week. Now is the time to remind our senior citizens to take steps to prevent heat-related illnesses. Friends, family, and caregivers can all play a part to help ensure a safe and cool summer. Think summer safety! The city of San Antonio tracks heat-related illnesses and […]

5 Signs You Need a Caregiver

You have a loved one whose health is fading.  And you they they might need a caregiver, but you are not entirely sure.  Here is an interesting read with helpful tips to give you information as you decide whether a caregiver is needed. http://www.aarp.org/home-family/caregiving/info-2016/5-caregiving-neglect-warning-signs-ag.html