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  • Preparing Your Home to Host Senior Loved Ones During the Holidays Preparing Your Home to Host Senior Loved Ones During the Holidays Holidays can be a crazy for time for many of us, especially if you are hosting family members. Perhaps you remember everyone gathering at your parents’ house when you were growing up, and now the mantle of responsibility falls on you—how do you prepare for hosting elderly ... Read More
  • What NOT to Say to Your Aging Parents What NOT to Say to Your Aging Parents There’s probably not an adult alive who won’t confess to their parents driving them bananas during childhood and adolescence! Our parents usually live to embarrass us during those years! As we become adults, the tables begin turning as our parents start aging, and in some ... Read More
  • How to Handle Criticism as a Caregiver How to Handle Criticism as a Caregiver If you are a caregiver for a loved one in your family, you already know that outside opinions and criticisms seem to come with the job. Dealing with it can be tough and not taking it personally is even tougher. This is especially true when others voice opinions about how you ... Read More
  • Helping Seniors Utilize Smart Technology Helping Seniors Utilize Smart Technology It’s funny how technology has literally changed the way we all live, and yet those who may need it most are the most reluctant to use it—seniors and the elderly. While it might seem like an impossible task to help the senior in your life learn and embrace new technology, it ... Read More
  • Healthy Meals for Seniors Healthy Meals for Seniors As you begin to move into your senior years, choosing healthy food is a smart thing to do. No matter how old you are, making good choices is the best thing you can do. When you approach the age of 60, your body begins to change, and your metabolism slows down. The food you ... Read More
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