Adaptive Clothing for Seniors: 6 Easy-Wear Apparel Options

As we get older, a lot of things change: We develop stiff muscles, chronic pain, and tremors, which make day-to-day tasks like getting dressed a real challenge. One of the ways to make these changes a bit easier to handle is by wearing adaptive clothing. These easy-wear apparel options feature comfortable, easy-access designs that make |Read More|

Why ‘Handicap Accessible’ Is A Load Of Bullshit

There is no way living in this day and age that you don’t know what handicap accessible is. I’m here to tell you that it’s all bullshit. The handicapped bathrooms, parking spaces, and anything else that someone slaps a handicap sign on is not handicap accessible at all. Recently I was wheelchair bound for over |Read More|

What Your Kids Want To Tell You But Don’t

  As most of you know, I lost my mother a few months ago and one of the hardest things I’ve had to deal with is what to do with all of her stuff. She collected…lots of things. Those things didn’t have the same value to me that they held for my mother. I put |Read More|

4 Crafts for Alzheimer’s Patients

The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that damages the brain. It leads to memory loss and can cause other symptoms like anxiety and depression. While there is no cure for the disease and its effects are irreversible, there are several ways in which caregivers can engage with patients to |Read More|

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