Help When You Need It

It’s not always easy asking for help, and as we age, it can be very frustrating when we can’t complete tasks or engage in the same activities that we once used to do so effortlessly. Many of us enter into emotional states of denial because we don’t want to feel helpless or become a burden Read More

Vigilance During Vaccinations

In Florida, those 65 and older are now eligible for the vaccine. Some of you may have already received your first shot, while others are still waiting for your first dose from either Pfizer or Moderna, which have been approved with more than 95% and 90% efficacy, respectively. If you have yet to schedule your Read More

Vaccinations For The Elderly

Following one of the most stressful (and deadly) years in history, 2020 is finally coming to a close. And thankfully, the end to the COVID-19 pandemic is near on the horizon. Vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna have been approved with more than 95% and 94.1% efficacy respectively, and doses have already begun to be administered Read More

Home For The Holidays

Thanksgiving is quickly approaching with Christmas and New Year’s Eve just around the bend. Holidays that typically signal a time to get together and rejoice. However, this year brings with it some increased difficulties and heavy stresses. The COVID-19 pandemic makes gathering in large groups a difficult affair, and simple holiday pleasures become frustrating exercises Read More

Safe Voting For The Elderly

We’re less than a month away from one of the most divisive presidential elections in history, smack in the middle of a global pandemic. These are strange and unprecedented times, and voting is more important than ever. Understanding how and where to vote can be difficult for elderly populations, so Granny Nannies is here to Read More