Finding The Right Living Situation For Your Elderly Parent

When you have a parent who is elderly and who begins to require a great deal of daily assistance, you may wonder what you can do to provide them with the care and support that they need. While you may want to be the person who provides them with all of the assistance that they need, it may not be in your best interest or your parent's best interest to become their full-time caregiver.

3 Tips For Cleaning Your Glasses Without Scratching Them

If you are the proud owner of a pair of glasses, you probably want to keep them as clean as possible so that they will look their best and so that you can get a better view of the world around you. However, it can be easy to scratch your lenses when you are cleaning them, which can leave them with permanent damage. Luckily, following a few tips can help prevent you from damaging your glasses when you are ridding them of dirt and smudges.

3 Alternative Treatments For Depression

Depression can take a heavy toll on your life. For some people, a combination of traditional and alternative treatment options work to help control the symptoms of the disease. Here are some of the alternative treatments you can use to complement the traditional care you are receiving from your doctor or therapist.  Sound Therapy  Researchers have discovered that stimulation to neurons with sounds can help to alleviate the symptoms of depression and even boost your mood.

Understanding Color Blindness

Although differing views on shades of color can often be good for a hearty laugh in a relationship, the issue of color blindness is very real for many Americans. Whether it is a mismatched outfit or difference of opinion on decorating schemes, the next time you feel like arguing with a friend or spouse, take into consideration that there may be a larger issue at hand. What is Color Blindness?

6 Tips For Senior Home Care Volunteers

Did you know that you can be a volunteer for a senior home care company? They can always use people who are willing to help their patients with cooking, light cleaning, writing letters, and just visiting. If you decide this is something you would like to try, here are some tips for you.  1. Be genuine. You may worry that the patient won't like you or that you won't know what to do.