Drinking plenty of water during the day and staying hydrated is important for maintaining good health and keeping crucial bodily functions working properly. However, due to age-related difficulties, some seniors find this challenging. Some older adults are unable to sense thirst and do not notice changes in body temperature, while others take medication that has … Read More

Falls are the number one cause of injury for seniors and they often lead to serious health problems such as disability, fractures, head trauma and chronic pain. Older adults who fall not only double their chances of falling again but also put their independence and quality of life at risk. Preventing these accidents can greatly … Read More

As they age, many seniors experience changes to vision, which is why they should get a vision test done once a year. In addition, they need to follow the doctor’s orders on treatment plans and vision health. In order to maintain eye health and preventing their vision from getting impaired, seniors should include the following … Read More

Stroke is the third leading cause of death in Canada, aside from heart disease and cancer. While anyone can have a stroke, some people such as older adults are more at risk. In fact, nearly three-quarters of strokes occur in seniors. Stroke is also the primary cause of disability and one of the main causes … Read More

Studies show that one in five adults suffer from arthritis. Although it is the leading cause of disability among seniors in America it is not a diagnosis. Instead, it is a term that covers more than one hundred conditions that affect the joints. Signs and symptoms A lot of people think that arthritis affects only … Read More

We all like having a glass or two of wine every now and again. However, that does not make us alcoholics, and alcohol use is not dangerous in moderation. Unfortunately, sometimes seniors, just like the rest of us, sometimes go overboard. If you are worried about the amount of alcohol your loved one consumes, Comfort … Read More

We do not often think about oral cancer, however, the older members of our population should consider oral cancer screening mandatory. This year, some 5,000 people will be diagnosed with oral cancer. Many of those individuals will be over the age of 65 as advanced age is a risk factor for oral cancer.   Some … Read More

Comfort Keepers is proud to announce our sponsorship of a Seniors Pop-Up Resource Caravan event. Please join us for our FREE EVENT at South East Edmonton Seniors Association for a Meals on Wheels presentation featuring Appetizers and Dessert! Event Details: May 23, 2019 2 to 4 PM in the Cafeteria 9350 82 St NW All … Read More

How in-home care can help with sleeping patterns and problems Sleep is important for all of us, and getting enough rest can have a wide variety of positive impacts on various health factors. Getting enough sleep has been proven to improve heart health, brain health, daily activity, energy, and the immune system. However, most adults … Read More

How diet makes a difference, and how home care can help Most of us know that what we eat has an impact on our body—we know we should eat more fruits and vegetables, and try to reduce fat and sugar. For seniors, maintaining a healthy diet is even more important to maintaining good health. A … Read More

© Copyright 2017, Comfort Keepers®Privacy Policy | Code of Ethics
To visit our international sites, select from the drop-down :