Senior Kitchen Remodel Should Focus on Convenience Q. My wife and I are both 72 and we’re having our kitchen remodeled. My wife has arthritis that makes it difficult for her to do many of the tasks she once enjoyed in the kitchen. What advice would you give? A kitchen remodeling project provides a real [...]
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September 2011 Forum: Nutrition for Diabetics Eating right is a key step to preventing and controlling diabetes. Fortunately, whether you’re trying to reduce your risk of diabetes or manage a pre-existing problem, you can still enjoy your favorite foods and take pleasure from your meals. Diabetics nutritional needs are the same as everyone else—no special [...]
Building Relationships with Grandkids Reaps Many Benefits for Seniors Q. I’ve heard that the elderly benefit from a relationship with their grandchildren. What are those benefits and how can I help my 79-year-old parents develop a good rapport with my 10- and 12-year-old kids? In a nutshell, helping your parents bond with your kids could [...]
Even Homebound Seniors Can Volunteer Q. My 80-year-old mom is a former volunteer of the year. It seems that she has served everyone, everywhere at one time or another. Her mind is still sharp, but she’s now homebound. Are there ways that she can still serve? It’s great that your mom has committed her life [...]