Welcome to Senior Care Advice
Helping you care for the ones you love.
Housing & Care
There are many options for housing and care. Explore those options and talk over the possibilities with your elderly loved one.
Finances & Insurance
What you need to know to help your elderly loved one navigate finances, government benefits, healthcare, and insurance.
Health & Well-Being
Ways that we can help our aging loved ones stay fit, active, healthy, and resilient. Learn more about maintaining physical and mental health.
Staying active and safely maintaining the ability to move and get around is key to an older adult's sense of independence, happiness and well-being.
- Helping Parents Decide: Age at Home or Move to a Retirement Community?Parents who reach their retirement years often ask their children for advice about the future. Should they remain in the family home or downsize? If they downsize, should they buy ...
- Product Advertising is Failing Older ConsumersBusinesses need consumers to buy their products. While consumers who have worked their way up the employment ladder might be in the best position to spend money, advertisers have long ...
- Will There Be a Senior Housing Shortage? Looking Into the FutureDuring the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020, seniors dramatically slowed the rate at which they moved into senior housing facilities. Occupancy has not returned to pre-pandemic levels, but ...
- Is an ADU the Best Housing Option for Your Aging Parents?Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are growing in popularity as a senior housing option. An ADU (also known as a “granny flat” or “granny pod”) is a secondary residence that occupies ...
- Investment Scams Targeting Older PeopleOlder adults have been a frequent target of fraudulent investment schemes. The FBI reports a 74% increase in losses suffered by older fraud victims since 2020. In 2021, more than ...
- Evictions from Assisted Living Facilities Are Rising as Facilities Stop Accepting Medicaid ReimbursementOlder adults who suffer from disabling health conditions often require assistance with their activities of daily living, including eating, bathing, and getting out of bed. In many cases, family members ...