1. Tips for Caring with Seniors Who Have Diabetes

    Caring for seniors with diabetes can be a challenge with the complex disease. There are many lifestyle choices that will improve the quality of life, but making sure that happens isn’t always easy without the proper care and monitoring. Here are some tips on helping to lower the risk for complications in senior patients. Get to and stay at a healthy weight. For those who aren’t mobile, they wi…Read More

  2. Diabetes and Home Care Nurses

    According to the American Diabetes Association, 25% of people who have diabetes are over the age of 60. While 60 years old is certainly not elderly, the aging process may affect how someone checks for diabetic symptoms. Symptoms of younger people newly diagnosed with diabetes and those who are older who are recently diagnosed will present with different symptoms. This can be a drawback for those l…Read More