What You Need to Know About Glaucoma

You may or may not be familiar with the degenerative condition that is glaucoma. Many people around the US don’t know much about glaucoma, what causes it, or what symptoms they should be on the lookout for. That’s exactly why January has been dubbed National Glaucoma Awareness Month and why we’re writing this article. Every Continue reading What You Need to Know About Glaucoma

Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

Even though the weather might not get as harsh in Temecula as the rest of the United States during the winter, it’s better to be safe than sorry! During the winter, seniors are especially susceptible to slipping on ice or falling ill with pneumonia than other age groups. If you’re receiving in-home care in Temecula Continue reading Winter Safety Tips for Seniors

Fighting Off Seasonal Depression Through Hobbies

The holidays are a great time for many things. You have an excuse to spend all day snuggled up by the fire in your favorite blanket with a good book, while you watch the snow fall down outside. And you get to spend quality time with your friends and family because that’s what the holidays Continue reading Fighting Off Seasonal Depression Through Hobbies

Exploring Holiday Volunteer Opportunities

The holidays bring around many different feelings. We start to feel gratitude for the things that we have in our lives – our homes, our families, our friends, etc. We start to feel that warmth of holiday joy that always comes with seeing the holiday lights hung all around town. But one of the most Continue reading Exploring Holiday Volunteer Opportunities

5 Miraculous Benefits of Music for Seniors

Music is one of those things that pretty much everyone on Earth loves. We all have a favorite song or a favorite artist that we can name off the top of our heads. For seniors living in and receiving elderly Read more