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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Helpful Information About Diabetes in Older Adults
Written on: 11/29/2018

Diabetes has affected so many people around the world. This disease has impacted the lives of many young people. Children deal with this illness. Young adults do, too. But, many older individuals are also living with diabetes. And, as people age, the effects of diabetes can become even more serious. For families who have an […]

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Discussing Some of the Different Forms of Dementia
Written on: 11/27/2018

If you’re caring for an older adult in your life, it’s important to learn more about the things your loved one may be dealing with. Sometimes, seniors are at risk for illnesses that don’t normally affect younger individuals. This is certainly the case with dementia. One of the biggest risk factors for this kind of illness […]

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Senior Safety Tips: Staying Safe During the Autumn Season
Written on: 11/20/2018

Autumn is by far one of the nicest times of the year. People in the more northern states can enjoy the beautiful colors of the changing leaves. Some even experience some snowy days. Southern states can look forward to cooler weather a little less humidity than normal. Although we all experience fall in different ways, […]

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Some of the Risk Factors for Dementia in Older Adults
Written on: 11/09/2018

Dementia is an illness that often affects older adults. Many aging individuals have been diagnosed with dementia. If you have an older loved one, you may be unsure of how to make sure your family member is receiving the proper care. You might also be concerned about possible illnesses and things that could affect your […]

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Meeting the Needs of a Senior Citizen Living With You
Written on: 11/06/2018

Many families today have decided to share a home with their aging loved ones. Some people are living with older parents and others have brought their grandparents to live with them. But, even when you have a senior citizen living with you, it can be a challenge to meet each of your older loved one’s […]

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About Anxiety in Older Adults and How You Can Help
Written on: 10/29/2018

When you think about anxiety, you might tend to think about younger people. That’s because this kind of issue is often associated with young adults and even teens. But, anxiety in older adults is more common than most people realize. Many individuals aren’t even aware of the fact that signs of anxiety could be seen […]

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What You Need to Know About Insomnia in Older Adults
Written on: 10/22/2018

Many people find that they have trouble sleeping at night. How often do you lay your head on the pillow after a tiring day only to find that your body doesn’t seem quite ready to rest. It’s common to struggle to fall asleep every once in a while. But, these occasional occurrences aren’t the same […]

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Identifying Some Signs and Symptoms of Osteoporosis
Written on: 10/16/2018

Many older adults are suffering from the effect of various illnesses and diseases. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to identify the sicknesses right away. But, learning about the signs of these conditions can help individuals to make sure that their aging loved ones get the help they need as soon as possible. Osteoporosis is an […]

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