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  • 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
  • 10 Tips for Helping Seniors with Personal Hygiene 10 Tips for Helping Seniors with Personal Hygiene As we age, routine tasks become more difficult. For many seniors, good personal hygiene can be especially challenging and may require some assistance. If you notice it becoming a problem, it’s best to address the issue right away to avoid potential health problems that can ... Read More
  • Thanksgiving Survival Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers Thanksgiving Survival Tips for Seniors and Their Caregivers Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday for Americans, meant to enjoy loved ones, good food, and a relaxed atmosphere. Planning for all this fun and relaxation can sometimes be a bit stressful, especially if you’re a caretaker for the senior loved one in your life. But fear not! ... Read More
  • Awareness and Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors Awareness and Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors Winter is upon us and now is the perfect time to for caregivers of seniors, as well as friends and family, to become familiar with the risks of senior falling. Falling can have serious consequences for seniors so it’s vital to learn more about the risks and the potential ... Read More
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