7 Ways to Minimise Anxiety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

There’s no denying that the pandemic that has been sweeping the globe is affecting us all. While most of our states and territories have contained the virus, there are still concerns of a second wave hitting Australia, particularly with the recent outbreak in Victoria. Older adults in particular may be concerned about the second wave […]

Split Priorities: 7 Ways to Manage Marriage & Caregiving

Caring for an elderly loved one is very rewarding, but there’s no denying that it can also be extremely stressful. So stressful, in fact, that full-time caregivers are at increased risk of depression and health problems. As such, it makes sense that caregiving can also seriously impact the relationship that a caregiver has with their […]

Colour & Contrast for People Living with Dementia

As we age, we typically experience changes to our eyes that affect vision and colour perception. This sight loss can occur as a result of several reasons, such as:  eye conditions, such as cataracts or macular degeneration other health conditions, such as stroke regular ageing of the eye The above are all different ways that a […]