Addressing Some of the Challenges of Living With Dementia
Written on: 01/26/2019

Taking care of an older loved one who is living with dementia can be a challenge. It’s not always simple or easy to understand the needs of individuals who have dementia. Sometimes, caretakers may have to work a little more thoroughly in order to both understand and meet those needs. But, it’s also important to […]

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Is Your Loved One Suffering From Dementia and Depression
Written on: 01/21/2019

Did you know that there may be a major connection between dementia and depression? In fact, depression could be an early sign of dementia. It can also contribute to the severity of some forms of dementia. Age is one of the main risk factors for dementia; so, many older adults have developed a form of […]

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Providing General Help for Senior Citizens in Your Life
Written on: 01/15/2019

If you have an older family member, you know that there is such joy in seeing your aging loved ones happy! It’s always nice to know that your family’s needs are met. And it’s especially relieving to know that the aging adults in your life are being well taken care of in every way. But, […]

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Caring for Older Adults: New Year, New Care Option
Written on: 01/08/2019

Happy New Year! As we settle down from the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it’s time to think more seriously about the changes that need to take place in our lives. At this time of the year, many individuals think about ways to improve their personal health. They start dieting and join gyms. They […]

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Looking for Compassionate Caregivers for Seniors?
Written on: 01/03/2019

If you have an older loved one, you know that his or her needs may be changing. As our bodies age and grow older, we begin to experience a lot of different things. Our nutritional needs change. Our range of physical abilities may get a little smaller. And, sometimes, aging people deal with a lot […]

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Health and Wellness: How to Manage Diabetes as an Older Adult
Written on: 12/26/2018

Contrary to what most people believe, growing older doesn’t have to mean being ill or feeling unwell for the majority of the time. In fact, many older individuals are in much better health than some younger people. Even those who are living with an illness can maintain their health and wellness in their lives. Conditions […]

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Some Information About Senior Safety During the Holidays
Written on: 12/18/2018

The holidays are a time when people gather together to celebrate life, love, family, and the coming of a new year. But that’s not the only reason why people get excited about this season. Most people really look forward to the cooler weather that comes with the holiday season, especially here in Florida. It can […]

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Here are Some Fun Wintertime Activities for Older Adults
Written on: 12/14/2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s time for the holidays and people are certainly getting busier with their end-of-the-year events. Many seniors, however, may have fewer events on their schedules than other people do. Sadly, it’s not uncommon for older individuals to become somewhat down during this time of the year. The […]

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How Senior Care can Reduce Loneliness in Aging Adults
Written on: 12/10/2018

While loneliness is something that can affect individuals of every age, older adults are at a higher risk of becoming lonely. And, as a result, are at risk of developing other issues too. So, it’s important to be able to identify loneliness in the lives of your aging loved ones. This way, further consequences of […]

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About the Importance of Good Nutrition for Older Adults
Written on: 12/03/2018

Everyone should make it a habit to eat well. People, both young and old, should focus on ways to improve their health through the foods they eat. And, as individuals get older, it’s important to keep an eye on what they consume. If you have an aging loved one, it may be helpful to learn […]

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