How Our Bodies Change As We Age Getting older is characterized by undergoing a series of biological, psychological and social changes. As we get older, the very units of life, our cells, generally start to slow their metabolic processes. This happens for two reasons: firstly as we are exposed to
We at POP notice that, whenever we blog about seniors and sex – whether the topic is about sex in nursing homes, finding partners, aging bodies – we get a large audience. Men pay more attention and interact more often. What does this increase in interest and attention
With Alzheimer’s costs on the rise, what will we do ahead? Who will be able to afford care? Without our current caregiving population, often composed of immigrants, what will happen if we limit immigration? How can we feel better and prepare better for the trends ahead? About 5.7 million Americans have Alzheimer’s
What do you think about this survey, showing that more than half of Finnish residents won’t care for aging parents?? We at www.ParentingOurParents.org are deeply concerned that this may be an international trend. And consider who will help you if you’re a senior, or a POParent, when and if “immigration
You POParents May Be Eligible for Valuable Financial Payout to Provide Loving Care to Your Aging Loved Ones: Check It Out!!
Attention all CALIFORNIA POParents!! You and I have very important and under-used benefits — in the form of cash— from the Family Leave Act. Benefits pay out as much as $1,216 a week. The law provides substantial money to those who need to take time off from work to care
As long as aging parents are handling their own finances and managing day-to-day living at home, adult children don’t think much about needing to know the location of their parents’ important documents. However, a parent’s unexpected health event could precipitate an immediate need to get your hands on key information
You’ll love this story of real people who live happier lives as they age and they consider it their choice. Be inspired, comment and share the optimism! https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/29/nyregion/want-to-be-happy-think-like-an-old-person.html