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  • 5 Tips To Help Seniors Around the Holidays 5 Tips To Help Seniors Around the Holidays The holiday season is coming in fast and with it, the challenge of making this time of year festive without feeling overwhelmed. Covid has taken a toll on the traditional celebrations you or a loved one have been accustomed to that go years back. These five suggestions can ... Read More
  • Improving Senior Lung Health in 3 Easy Steps Improving Senior Lung Health in 3 Easy Steps Healthy lungs are essential to a person's wellbeing, but lung health often goes overlooked until there is an issue. If you are a senior or a caregiver looking to improve the respiratory wellness of your client, be sure to take these steps to better lung health today. Keep ... Read More
  • Caring For a Loved One With Incontinence Caring For a Loved One With Incontinence When it comes to aging, one of those life changes that often gets overlooked and can be quite embarrassing to discuss is incontinence. In simple explanation, incontinence is the loss of bladder control in urination and bowels. In young children, it’s expected. In adults, ... Read More
  • 4 Ways To Help Seniors Cope With the Death of a Spouse 4 Ways To Help Seniors Cope With the Death of a Spouse Losing a loved one is difficult at any age, but particularly for seniors, who may have spent decades in a loving partnership. Moving on from a partner's death is never easy, and it can be incredibly challenging for an older individual who has built longstanding routines to ... Read More
  • Understanding and Overcoming Caregiver Burnout Understanding and Overcoming Caregiver Burnout Caregiving is not for the faint of heart. While helping a senior or other loved one navigate a difficult — and sometimes heartbreaking — journey, most family caretakers will experience intense physical and emotional exhaustion. Unfortunately, burnout is a frequent effect of ... Read More
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