I Don’t Want To Be “Put” In A Home

Thinking about being “put” in a home when I get older sends a chill down my spine. Granted, my personal experience so far with these types of “homes” hasn’t been very positive. Whenever I visited relatives who were living in assisted living facilities I always seemed to leave the visit feeling quite depressed. It seemed… Continue reading I Don’t Want To Be “Put” In A Home

Aging in Place: How Seniors Can Make Safe Changes

Aging in place is something that over 90 percent of adults aged 65 and older want for themselves in retirement since it involves staying in their own homes for as long as possible — including after an injury or illness — rather than staying in a nursing home or assisted living facility. It also means maintaining some… Continue reading Aging in Place: How Seniors Can Make Safe Changes

The Importance Of Good Food For Older People

Rob Quehan at work preparing a dish for Bishopstoke Park’s restaurant Jane Ashcroft Chief Executive, Anchor One in ten people over the age of 65 are estimated to be malnourished or at risk of malnutrition, according to The Malnutrition Trust.   As part of Nutrition and Hydration Week, they revealed that many of the warning… Continue reading The Importance Of Good Food For Older People