Looking after yourself is very important as you get older. A lifestyle change to improve wellbeing is a good solution - so have you considered living in a retirement village?
Our bodies go through lots of changes as we get older, some more noticeable than others. It's normal to feel concern for the health and wellbeing of someone you love if you notice they aren't getting around as well as they once could. Here's how you can tell the difference between these signs.
Independence and choice are two of the biggest concerns that older people – and those who love them – care about as the years go by. Learn about Anglicare's Rhythm of Life program.
Looking after your parents in their later years is an important step for many adult children - but not one you have to take alone. Have you considered home care services to support them while still affording them independence? Here's a simple guide on how to access these services for your parents.
With up to 400,000 Australians living with dementia and the number rising rapidly as Australia's 'Baby Boomers' pass the age of 65, the symptoms of dementia may be something to look out for. Here we outline some tips to reduce you or your loved one's risk of dementia.
Respite is an additional form of care Australian carers could be missing out on. Here we define what respite care is and how to identify when you need a break.