Just like it has in every industry, the economic downturn has had some really serious impact on the older workforce.
A lot of uncompensated caregivers (adult children, spouses, friends, and relatives) find caring for a senior quite satisfying and enriching. However, as appealing as caregiving may be, it can become somewhat stressful for a caregiver.
Discriminating against anyone in the workplace simply because of their assumed or actual age is against the law.
Technology has seen a lot of improvement over the years, and this means over the course of adult lifetimes.
Our brain function doesn’t have to fade simply because we are growing older. A lot of people go about taking care of their physical health, lifting weight and going through with other exercises but fail to think about the health of their brain.
We have all been there – having a dream or a vision about what retirement looks like. A dream that inspires us and motivates us while giving us hope.
We all know that nothing in life is eternal, and there comes a point when we must face some tough times. Losing a loved one is an example of that, and a time when we feel like we are crippling emptiness yet still recover and try to fill ourselves up again.