Holidays with Seniors: How Home Care will Help during the Hectic Holidays

Holidays with Seniors

The Holidays Opening Your Eyes to the Aging Process The hustle and bustle of the holidays, while exciting, can also be very stressful. Many Americans are worrying about finding the perfect gifts and preparing for holiday events. In addition to those typical holiday stresses, you may also be caring for a loved one. If not,…

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How To Help Reduce Senior Loneliness As They Age

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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Thinking About Hospice Care? Common Questions and Concerns

Betty Anne and her daughter, Alice, were enjoying a quiet breakfast on the porch one spring morning when Betty Anne suddenly lost her grip on her coffee mug. Thankfully, the beverage had been sitting out long enough that the liquid wasn’t scalding, though the spill still left a noticeable pink blotch on Betty Anne’s leg.…

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Fun Senior and Grandchildren Summer Activities

Outside parties are plentiful. Daylight lasts longer. Kids are home for their summer break. Its summertime and everyone is ready for warm weather and sun, especially kids on summer break. Since many parents have to work during the day, many look to grandma and grandpa to babysit while they work. In cases like these, we…

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Independent Living for Seniors: How to Help Seniors Aging in Place

Independent Living for Seniors How to Help Seniors Aging in Place The goal for most seniors is to age in place. However, the home of your dreams in your lively thirties doesn’t always translate into the home you need as you slow down in your eighties. To help make aging in place a reality for…

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