How To Help Reduce Senior Loneliness As They Age

Reduce Senior Loneliness

Does your senior loved one struggle with the feeling of loneliness? Many seniors face the struggle with loneliness as they age. Loneliness has been closely connected to seniors having poor health. As seniors continue to age, there are many things that can happen in life to make them feel lonely. However, there are plenty of…

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Wheelchair Tips for Seniors In Their Home

Wheelchair Tips for Seniors

Many senior citizens struggle with mobility as they continue to age.  One common solution to this issue is a wheelchair.  Many seniors use wheelchairs to move around.  In fact, older adults tend to lose their mobility as they age due to things like strokes, arthritis, and injuries from falls. Many misconceptions surrounding being wheelchair bound…

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How Seniors Can Protect Themselves From Scams

Protect Seniors From Scams

Mark goes to visit his mother one day to spend some time with her like a good son would do.  He and his mom are sitting in the living room chatting when the phone starts to ring.  She walks to the kitchen to answer the phone and starts talking to the person on the other…

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How to Spot Alzheimer’s Disease in Seniors

Spot Alzheimer's Disease in Seniors

A disease that seems to devastate so many families across the world is Alzheimer’s.  Alzheimer’s Disease is a form of Dementia that causes problems with a person’s memory, thinking, and behavior.  In fact, 1 in 10 seniors has Alzheimer’s, making it the most common form of Dementia among older adults.  Due to its prevalence, Alzheimer’s…

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How Seniors Can Help Prevent Strokes As They Age

How Seniors Can Help Prevent Strokes

Strokes are the fifth leading cause of death and the primary cause of long-term disability in the United States. Millions of people are affected by the devastating effects of a stroke; however, almost 80% of them are preventable. As seniors age, they become more susceptible to having a stroke.   In fact, The National Institute says…

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