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  • 5 Ways to Personalize a Senior’s Wheelchair 5 Ways to Personalize a Senior’s Wheelchair Being in a wheelchair doesn’t have to be a bad thing, nor does it have to be depressing. However, it certainly can be hard for an older adult to adjust to. One way family caregivers can help them to better accept using a wheelchair is by personalizing the chair so that it ... Read More
  • Seven Springtime Activities to Do with Seniors as the Days Warm Up Seven Springtime Activities to Do with Seniors as the Days Warm Up There’s something about spring that often makes people feel rejuvenated and eager to get outdoors. Maybe, it's from being cooped up all winter that makes the change in season so rejuvenating and urges more sunshine ventures. But it’s especially beneficial for seniors to ... Read More
  • Can You Really Do it All? Can You Really Do it All? One of the questions you run into as a caregiver is whether you can do it all on your own. You’ve got a variety of different roles to fill and you might be wondering whether any of this is possible. The good news is that there are resources out there and if you take the time ... Read More
  • Nutrients Your Loved One Needs After Surgery Nutrients Your Loved One Needs After Surgery If your elderly loved one has to have surgery, it is important to know about the nutrients they are going to need following that surgery. No matter what surgery someone has to have, it is essential that they eat healthy after the surgery. This is going to help their body ... Read More
  • How Can You Get Past a Bad Day? How Can You Get Past a Bad Day? Everybody has a bad day, even the best caregiver. But if you’re torturing yourself about a mistake or about something that didn’t go quite right, that’s not going to help. Get Outside, if You Can Stepping outside, whether it’s a sunny day or a rainy day under the protection ... Read More
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