1. Protecting Your Elderly Loved Ones From COVID-19

    Unless you’ve had your head buried in the sand for the last month or so, there’s no way you haven’t heard about COVID 19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. As a topic of discussion, COVID 19 is becoming more ubiquitous by the day. The news is talking about it, your family and friends are probably talking about it, and it’s starting to affect a lot of areas of our day-to-day life. Busines…Read More

  2. What Your Loved Ones With Alzheimer’s Want You to Know

    With over 20 years of being in business, Wilson Care has established itself as the finest senior care company in Oahu. With so many elderly patients we’ve cared for, both at home and in our senior living center, we’ve seen the full spectrum of health among Hawaii’s elderly many times over. In our decades of experience, we have treated many seniors who struggle with dementia and Alzheimer’s…Read More

  3. Why Our CNAs and Caregivers Love What They Do

    The road to old age can be one that’s loaded with happiness and joy, or fraught with stress and pain. Realistically, it’s a combination of the two for most people. There are countless people who achieve their dreams, raise amazing families, and look back on a life well-lived, but even they can’t avoid the inevitability of aging, where their body stops functioning like it used to. Elderly cit…Read More

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    Helping the Elderly With Spring Cleaning

    For those of us who are lucky enough to live in Honolulu, the spring season isn’t much of a change from what we’re used to. We get sun every day and we don’t have yearly snowfalls to remind us of how precious that is. But even if we haven’t noticed, spring has indeed arrived, and with that, a yearly ritual that many people commit to every year — spring cleaning. Spring is a traditional t…Read More

  5. Why Our Elderly Residents Love Wilson Senior Living

    It’s safe to say that most people, if given the choice, are reluctant to resign themselves to a senior living center. For many elderly folks who have lived long and independent lives, these care homes are symbolic of weakness — an open acknowledgment that their minds and bodies aren’t what they used to be. Indeed, convincing your elderly loved ones to make the change can be extremely difficu…Read More

  6. Giving Experiences Instead of Gifts to Seniors This Year

    Every year, the list of physical possessions we need seems to grow ever smaller. While getting new toys on Christmas was one of the best parts of childhood, many people in adulthood don’t have a huge need for more things — partly because they’ve acquired so much throughout their life, and partly because they have an income to support themselves. Recent studies have shown that giving people e…Read More

  7. Halloween Festivities That Can Be Enjoyed By Seniors

    Whoever said that getting older means you can’t enjoy the fun stuff in life? Specifically, who says you can’t go all-in on fun Halloween festivities even in your elder years? We certainly don’t believe that seniors are exempt from celebrating Halloween at Wilson Care, and even if your body is no longer what it once was, there are plenty of activities that are fun for people of all ages and b…Read More

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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