Not everyone has the resources and stamina to take on the role, and it’s OK
There are 66 million unpaid adult family caregivers in America — 29 percent of the adult U.S. population — providing care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged, according to the National Alliance for Caregiving
You can’t control Mother Nature, but certain precautions are important
By Jasmine Dyoco for Next Avenue
Lately, it seems our headlines have been filled with stories about Mother Nature wreaking havoc on our surroundings. From horrible flooding to fast-spreading wildfires to monster hurricanes, weather and the damage it causes is putting human lives
We are in the middle of summer storm season in Kansas and Missouri, and the tornado outbreak in late April is a very real reminder that we need to be prepared for bad weather. Missouri and northeast Kansas communities have already experienced
Summer means warm weather and sunshine. As enjoyable as that may be, sunshine means increased risk of skin damage due to overexposure, as well as other safety issues.
This year’s Older Americans Month’s theme, “Safe Today. Healthy Tomorrow,” focuses on safety and preventing injury, encouraging seniors to protect themselves to remain active and independent.
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