1. Foods to Avoid in Your Elderly Years

    In terms of dietary choices, the seniors of today have been through quite a wild ride. On the older edge of the spectrum, seniors in their 80s and 90s will have been born in the 30s and 40s, before America was permanently changed by the widespread proliferation of fast food and artificial ingredients. Even in the 50s where most 70-somethings were born, the food landscape of America was highly diff…Read More

  2. Great Hobbies and Talents for the Elderly and Disabled: Part Two

    In our last blog post, we discussed certain long-term talents you can pick up if you’re in a position where your capacity for physical activity is limited. However, activities that require skill and talent can often be intimidating because proficiency requires time and effort. For a lot of people, picking up a simple hobby is a less stressful way to pass time. However, it can be hard deciding on…Read More

  3. Great Hobbies and Talents for the Elderly and Disabled: Part One

    In your old age, it’s only natural that your body isn’t what it used to be. Despite our best efforts, aging is simply an inevitability, and no matter what you do, you’ll reach a point where certain activities just aren’t available anymore. This is hard for people who enjoyed highly active lifestyles or physically intensive activities. However, there are still all kinds of activities you ca…Read More

  4. Dangerous Foods Senior Citizens Should Avoid

    Diet has a huge effect on the health of our body. From vegetables to lean meats, our body takes all of these nutrients in and uses them to fuel our everyday activities. As a senior, it makes a big difference if you include these healthier foods in your diet. When it comes to upset stomachs, food poisoning and overall health, there are certain types of foods that senior citizens need to stay away f…Read More

  5. Get The Fluzone High-Dose Vaccination This Season

    It’s flu season, and the symptoms are starting to pop up in communities across America. High fevers and runny noses are far from desirable, so it’s important that you take time to get your flu shot this season. The long term effects of the flu pose extreme danger for seniors, so doing so is especially important. The team at Wilson Care want to make sure that you overcome this flu season health…Read More

  6. Anxiety Disorders As You Age

    Anxiety is a lifelong disorder, however, that does not mean that there aren’t ways of coping and being able to gain control of these stresses. For individuals who have suffered and battled with anxiety their whole life, there is a common fear of how anxiety could affect old age. Unfortunately, anxiety in older adults doesn’t take priority to other conditions like Alzheimer’s, depression and …Read More

  7. The Perfect Gift For The Senior In Your Life

    It’s crunch time, and holiday shopping is about to get stressful! If you haven’t tackled your long list of presents, we can only imagine how much running around your fitting into your days. While the team at Wilson Care can provide the highest quality of home care services to your elderly family member or friend, one thing we can’t do is tackle your holiday shopping. If you’re stumped on w…Read More

  8. Elderly Hearts During The Holidays

    The holiday season is meant to draw families together and spread joy. Unfortunately that isn’t always the case for elderly individuals, especially when living on an island like Hawaii. When family lives close it’s easy to keep your heart light, but for those of us who aren’t able to fly to visit family, or who won’t have family over, the holidays can be a bit of a disheartening time of the…Read More

  9. Laying Out Your Home & Design

    The benefit of having home care through Wilson Care is that you get the high quality service of a certified nurse while in the comfort of your home. This is a privilege that should not be taken for granted, there’s truly nothing like the comfort of your own home. Through home health care plans, we provide you with the assistance that you need at home, whether that be cooking meals or getting fro…Read More

  10. Health Benefits Of Traveling

    Arthritis and Alzheimer’s are leading fears of the elderly community and there are constantly studies being done and research being put together to provide the elderly community with ways that they you can minimize the chances of developing either of these. While exercise and veggies are great ways to take care of your body and mind, have you ever thought that travel could provide health benefit…Read More