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Seniors and Health Issues

  • Parkinson's Disease Care Tips for Family Caregivers Parkinson's Disease Care Tips for Family Caregivers Does your elderly loved one have a Parkinson’s disease diagnosis? If so, you may be wondering how you can cope with and deal with the diagnosis. The disease is difficult on your elderly loved one for sure, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t difficult on you, too. The tips below ... Read More
  • Seniors and Fluid in the Lungs: What Do You Need to Know? Seniors and Fluid in the Lungs: What Do You Need to Know? If a senior citizen gets fluid in their lungs, it can turn severe very quickly. Your elderly loved one could feel as if they are drowning from this health problem. It can be scary and it does need to be addressed by medical professionals right away. As a family caregiver, it ... Read More
  • Learning More About Stroke on World Stroke Day Learning More About Stroke on World Stroke Day Strokes can be a terrifying experience, and they can be very hard on the body, especially for a senior. Not everyone knows about strokes, what to do when one occurs, or what to do after a stroke happens. This is when in-home care can be a huge help for seniors trying to age ... Read More
  • What Should Your Elderly Loved One Do in Recovery from a Heart Attack? What Should Your Elderly Loved One Do in Recovery from a Heart Attack? Unfortunately, there are a lot of elderly people who have heart attacks. If your elderly loved one does have a heart attack, it is important to help them in their recovery as much as you can. The things that happen after the heart attack can greatly affect whether your ... Read More