Neuroaesthetics: The Intersection of Art and Brain Science

In the late 1990s, Semir Zeki, a neuroscientist in London coined the term “Neuroaesthetics” to define his research regarding the intersection of art and brain science. Neuroaesthetics is a rapidly growing body of science and art that offers a new perspective on well being, managing anxiety, stress and many other conditions.  I had not heard […]

Increasing Level of Care. Is It Time? 

Guidance and Support Our ElderHealth team frequently receives inquiries and actively engages in educating, guiding, and supporting our members and their families regarding the following questions related to caring for someone diagnosed with a neurocognitive disorder. “How do I know when it is time to make a change to the amount or type of formal […]

Exploring the Power of Non-Pharmacological Interventions: A Comprehensive Guide

In a world often reliant on pills and prescriptions, there exists a treasure trove of healing methods that don’t involve more medications. Welcome to the realm of non-pharmacological interventions – a diverse array of approaches aimed at improving health and well-being without the use of medications. In this blog, we embark on a journey to […]

Keeping Your Independence Without Driving

Many older adults are either forced or choose to give up driving at some point in their lives. Keep reading to learn ways to stay independent and get the things you need without driving. Disclaimer: This is much easier to accomplish if you are able to use a computer or a smartphone.  Prescription Drug Delivery […]

Seniors Targeted by Phishing, Smishing, AI and Other Fraud Ventures

In today’s digital age, crime has taken many new forms. One of its most prevalent manifestations is cybercrime, an underworld that is constantly evolving, using innovative and sophisticated methods, including phishing, smishing, and artificial intelligence fraud. Unfortunately, one group has been particularly vulnerable to these attacks – seniors. Phishing and Smishing Phishing, one of the […]

Proactive Fund Access: Planning for Future Financial Ease 

As individuals age, some may find themselves confined to their homes, making it challenging to attend appointments, go shopping, or visit the bank. Anticipating these limitations and proactively arranging for access to your funds without the need for in-person bank visits is advantageous. Understanding the bank’s prerequisites in advance helps prevent delays in accessing your […]

ElderHealth’s an Exhibitor at this year’s 2024 Snowbird Extravaganza

Visit the ElderHealth Team at this year’s 2024 Snowbird Extravaganza! We will be located at booth #9. This fun-filled event includes hundreds of exhibits, keynote speakers, interactive feature areas, and world-class entertainment. Leveraging community resources is a critical component in the provision of exemplary medical care. This presents an ideal opportunity to engage with local […]

Pet Companionship: Improving Health Outcomes

The year of 2021 post COVID was a rough one for my family. Navigating the return to the classroom was difficult for my kids. My rambunctious teenage son struggled to sit at his desk and my tender-hearted daughter had been socially isolated from the 1st grade friend circle. We were all trying to navigate social […]

Embracing Robotic Companionship: The Benefits of Robotic Pets for Older Adults

Aging is a natural part of life, but it doesn’t diminish the need for companionship and emotional support. As individuals grow older, various factors like mobility issues, health concerns, or living situations might limit their ability to care for traditional pets. In such instances, robotic pets emerge as an innovative and increasingly popular solution, offering […]

A Guide to Anticipatory Grief

A season of anticipation is upon us. As the holidays near, a range of feelings often follows suit: from the butterflies-in-stomach excitement as a child awaits a wished-for gift to the joy-meets-chaos flurry of welcoming family, friends, and neighbors into our homes for a spectrum of celebrations.  Yet there is another form of anticipation whose […]