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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
  • 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
  • Recognizing and Preventing Strokes in Seniors Recognizing and Preventing Strokes in Seniors Did you know that stroke is now one of the leading causes of death in the US, coming in at number five? It’s estimated that nearly a million people will have a stroke this year. But here’s the good news: up to 80% of all strokes are preventable! The National Stroke ... Read More
  • Keeping the Kitchen Safe for Seniors Keeping the Kitchen Safe for Seniors Everyone knows that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Whether you are a young mom or a senior family member, the kitchen is where we gather to chat while fixing dinner, enjoy a morning cup of joe in solitude, read the paper, or even go through paperwork. Seniors will ... Read More
  • Battling Diabetes with Diet and Exercise Battling Diabetes with Diet and Exercise Any diabetic can tell you what a full-time job it is to manage diabetes and all that it requires to stay healthy. Making sure your diet is under control, blood sugar levels are checked often and taking medications as needed is just a part of the process. Most people assume ... Read More
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