Elder Care Alliance

  • 5 Facts About Acute Rehab Hospitals

    5 Facts About Acute Rehab Hospitals

    When your loved one experiences a downturn in their health, has an accident, or requires serious surgery, their doctor may recommend a rehabilitation program for quick healing. Short-term rehabilitation can make a big difference in health outcomes after a stroke, injury, or sudden debilitating illness. Here are five facts about acute rehab hospitals to help……

  • What To Do To Improve Hearing: Lifestyle and Nutrition Tips

    What To Do To Improve Hearing: Lifestyle and Nutrition Tips

    Whether it’s listening to your favorite song or participating in a dynamic conversation with a group of people, being able to hear well is a central part of life. After the age of 65, one in three people experiences at least some hearing loss, which brings up the critical question of what can improve hearing…

  • How’s Your Heart – Know the Signs of Heart Disease

    How’s Your Heart – Know the Signs of Heart Disease

    As you age, your doctor will ask questions about your heart health. Heart disease is common and can be challenging to diagnose. It’s crucial to take cardiovascular issues seriously because every 40 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a heart attack. Here’s what you need to know about the signs and symptoms of heart disease.……

  • How’s Your Heart – Dating Again for Seniors

    How’s Your Heart – Dating Again for Seniors

    When it comes to matters of the heart, it’s never easy to put yourself out there. Older adults often describe dating as intimidating, especially because many people decide to date after years or even decades away from the scene. Companionship is a crucial aspect of overall well-being, so if you are interested, here are some……

  • What Happens to Your Heart as You Age

    What Happens to Your Heart as You Age

    Young at heart is more than a sweet phrase encouraging you to maintain a youthful outlook. Your heart is one of the most important organs in your body, and keeping it healthy is vital to living a long and active life. While you shouldn’t be afraid of what happens as you age, it’s helpful to……

  • Importance of Balance as We Age

    Importance of Balance as We Age

    Preventative health care is more than taking vitamins and eating healthy; it’s also about maintaining mobility and muscle tone. As people age, injuries take longer to heal, leading to more severe health complications, so it’s critical to stop injuries before they happen. Good balance is a crucial aspect of preventative health care for older adults.……

  • Eight Fun Activities To Do With Older Adults

    Eight Fun Activities To Do With Older Adults

    In older age, it’s critical to stay busy and connect with friends and family on a regular basis. If you are looking for easy ways to support the older adults in your life, consider pairing them up with your children for routine bonding time. You don’t have to come up with activity ideas for seniors…

  • Four At-Home Exercises for Seniors

    Four At-Home Exercises for Seniors

    Sticking to a regular exercise routine isn’t always possible for older adults. Health issues and injuries can cause setbacks and often lead to older adults feeling out of step with their physical health. Getting moving again might mean starting slow and gentle at home. Here are four at-home exercises for seniors that will improve motivation,……

  • The Acute Rehab Difference

    The Acute Rehab Difference

    When you or a loved one experiences a serious medical event, you will be faced with several decisions about post-hospital care. In the context of health emergencies, these choices can seem overwhelming. Here’s what you need to know about acute rehab and how it differs from skilled nursing care. Why Do Older Adults Need Acute……

  • Tips To Motivate Older Adults To Exercise

    Tips To Motivate Older Adults To Exercise

    Staying active in older age is crucial for good mental and physical health. Exercising regularly can help prevent illness and injury, but it can be daunting, especially for people who live alone or separate from their families. Here are some practical tips to motivate older adults to exercise. Start Slow Keep your expectations in check……