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  • Maintaining a Positive Outlook as a Caregiver Maintaining a Positive Outlook as a Caregiver Caregivers these days suffer from something known as compassion fatigue and burnout. While you may not have heard these terms before, they are very real, and you might identify with them as we continue to live in a state of emergency due to Covid-19. Just how do you stay ... Read More
  • How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus How to Protect Yourself from Coronavirus Of people who are at risk, seniors and people who have severe chronic medical conditions like heart, lung or kidney disease are at the highest level of vulnerability to the virus. This higher risk is mainly due to compromised immune ... Read More
  • Tips for Helping Aging Parents Stay Independent Tips for Helping Aging Parents Stay Independent For seniors all over the country, their main desire as they grow older is to stay in their homes for as long as they possibly can. Their independence is incredibly valuable to them, so it’s important to know the signs to look for that may indicate they might need some extra ... Read More
  • Tips for Reducing Agitation in Seniors with Dementia Tips for Reducing Agitation in Seniors with Dementia Sensitivity to the surroundings around them is one of the main issues among seniors who struggle with dementia and Alzheimer’s. In order to soothe agitation and lessen difficult behaviors, it’s important to create a calm and relaxing environment. If you are looking for tips ... Read More
  • Tips for Discussing the Aging Process with Your Parents Tips for Discussing the Aging Process with Your Parents It is a difficult task to have conversations with your parents that center around the aging process. Perhaps you’re picking up on subtle signs that your aging parents are beginning to need more assistance in everyday activities, or certain things are being neglected more ... Read More
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