How to Keep Your Brain Healthy as You Age

Keep Your Brain Healthy

How to Keep Your Brain Healthy as You Age With spring coming soon, June is national Brain and Alzheimer’s Awareness month and we’re here to give you advice on how to keep your brain healthy. The brain is the most important organ in your body and it’s important that you keep it healthy as you…

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Healthy Senior Diet Tips

Maintaining a healthy diet is a priority in all stages of life, but as we grow older our body’s needs begin to change. We experience numerous new influences such as medications or lifestyle changes as we age. These changes can lead to a difference in taste or appetite, making adjustments to our diets a necessity.…

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The 5 Best Ways to Maintain a Routine for Seniors with Dementia

We, as humans, crave routine. Routines allow us to feel comfortable and safe. Having consistency in your day can considerably simplify your life. When you are a person with abnormal cognitive function, such as a person with dementia, the need for consistency is even greater. The same can be said for seniors with dementia. People…

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The No Fear Guide: Interviewing Home Care Providers

When you are responsible for hiring your own caregivers it can be challenging to know where to begin. One of the critical pieces to hiring the right person is conducting interviews in a professional and appropriate way. Caregogi founder, Mary Jo Dietrich, has interviewed and hired over 900 caregivers during her time owning a home…

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How to Assess the Care Needs of Aging Parents

Assess your loved one before an incident occurs. Do not allow yourself to be the person who waits until your loved one has an incident before you act. Once your loved one turns 75, you should start paying closer attention to their health. Ideally you or someone else on your care team should perform a…

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