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  • Why Does Your Senior Feel Exercise Is Impossible Now? Why Does Your Senior Feel Exercise Is Impossible Now? You and your elderly family member might have gone some rounds about whether exercise is right for her or not. There are definitely some big benefits to exercising for older adults, and it’s a good idea to talk to her doctor about how exercise can specifically benefit your ... Read More
  • Dementia Myths You May Think Are True Dementia Myths You May Think Are True If you are a caregiver to an older adult, one of the things that you may be concerned about is whether or not they will develop dementia. That’s not an unfounded fear since there are about 5.8 million people in the United States with the disease. The number is frightening. ... Read More
  • Senior Citizens and Obesity: What Should You Know? Senior Citizens and Obesity: What Should You Know? Obesity is more common than you might think in people who are 65 and older. It is important to know that senior citizens who are obese are at a higher risk for stroke, heart disease, and other health issues. The good news is that you can help your elderly loved one by ... Read More
  • Parkinson’s Care Tips You Can Use with Your Elderly Loved One Parkinson’s Care Tips You Can Use with Your Elderly Loved One Is your elderly loved one suffering from Parkinson’s disease? If so, as a family caregiver, you will need to learn all you can about the disease. As you may already know, this disease affects the nervous system, and eventually, it can cause immobility. This is why learning ... Read More
  • Six Senior Care Services Your Parents Need When Mobility Changes Six Senior Care Services Your Parents Need When Mobility Changes If you've noticed your mom and dad are having a harder time getting around the house or climbing up and down the stairs, it’s time to take their safety into consideration. You or another family member could help, but it will impact your work schedules and personal time. ... Read More
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