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  • Why Routines Are Important for Seniors With Chronic Illness Why Routines Are Important for Seniors With Chronic Illness It’s tough for anyone living with a chronic disease, but it seems even more challenging when it’s a senior loved one who has worked hard to raise a family and are now faced with sickness. If you are a caregiver for an older adult in your life, you already know how important ... Read More
  • How to Communicate Effectively With Aging Parents Who Are Stubborn How to Communicate Effectively With Aging Parents Who Are Stubborn Anyone who has become a caretaker for aging parents knows that as they age, they can become stubborn. Whether it’s dementia setting in, medications, or just a loss of control, seniors can become obstinate as they age and that can present its own special set of challenges for ... Read More
  • Seniors and Insomnia Seniors and Insomnia All adults need 7-9 hours of sleep, no matter our age. However, as we age, it’s common to go to bed earlier and rise earlier than you once did. Even if you were a night owl as a younger person, you may tend to shift to more of a morning person. Older adults often find ... Read More
  • Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress Tips for Managing Caregiver Stress If you are a caregiver for a senior loved one, you know how tough it can be, both mentally and physically. It can be overwhelming, especially if it becomes a full-time job! You need to expect some adjustments and know that even if it’s hard to manage the stress, there are ... Read More
  • Special Father's Day Ideas for Seniors Special Father's Day Ideas for Seniors If you’re fortunate enough to have your own father in your life as a senior or are a caregiver for a senior dad, there are lots of ways to make their Father’s Day fun and special! Let’s look at some great ideas… Try Bowling. Bowling is fun, no matter how old you are! It’s an ... Read More
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