Older people should eat nutritious foods and keep physically active to help maintain muscle strength and a healthy weight.
Holiday foods should be delicious, and looking after your health shouldn’t mean missing out on amazing flavours.
Black is certainly not the only colour to signify mourning and grieving.
Some understanding of death can help us prepare for its eventuality.
Taking care of someone can be stressful, and sometimes you might feel anxious, angry, frustrated, resentful or sad.
Work-related mental health conditions have become a major concern in Australian workplaces due to the negative impact on individual employees, and untreated mental illness costs the Australian economy hundreds of millions of dollars every year.
The last thing you need to be thinking about during the time of bereavement is the cost involved, yet it’s important to know what to expect financially to put together a funeral to honour your loved one.
Pre-planning your funeral means that everything is taken care of in advance, and it’ll help to ease your loved ones’ burden.
Healthy eating is just as important for older adults as it is for everyone.
Even though death is inevitable, it is rarely discussed and as a result, it can be overwhelming for us to think about what to do next even if the death was not unexpected.