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February 23rd, 2020 Continuing Education: The Impact of IMPACT

Ongoing continuing education is essential for healthcare professionals. Often regulations need further explanation by a subject matter expert. The "Impact Act of 2014" is such a regulation. It was established to improve the Medicare Post...

February 21st, 2020 Communication Tips for You and Your Elderly Loved One

If you are helping to care for an elderly loved one, communication can often be tough. Many elderly adults, especially those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, find communication difficult. They may have a tough time holding down a long...

February 14th, 2020 What Can You Do if Time Management Is Not Working for You?

What worked for you in terms of managing your time before you became a caregiver might not be as effective for you now. It’s possible that you need to tighten up some of the techniques you’re using so that you can make the best use of...

February 7th, 2020 How to Help an Elderly Adult Volunteer

Are you spending a lot of time with an elderly adult? This might be your parent, grandparents, elderly uncle, or another elderly adult. Regardless of who you are spending your time with, one of the things you should know is that it can be...

January 31st, 2020 Promoting Healthy Living in Your Aging Loved One

As people age, they often stop living as healthy as they could be. They might not be walking as much as they used to. Maybe they stop working out or stop eating nutritiously. There are many reasons why this might happen – one being that they...

January 24th, 2020 Four Activities of Daily Living for You to Start Noticing

There are specific activities, called activities of daily living or ADLs, that indicate how well your elderly family member is able to keep up with the basic demands of life. For someone who is striving to be as independent as possible, having...

January 17th, 2020 Can Seniors Be Affected by Pink Eye?

We’ve all seen it, and probably even experienced it. That itchy, red, puffy eye that indicates conjunctivitis, more commonly known as pink eye. It’s a condition most often associated with children, but one that anyone can get, even...

January 10th, 2020 3 Ways Elderly Care Improves a Senior’s Life

If your older family member is struggling to take care of themselves at home or if their life seems somehow less than it should be, there are ways to help. One thing you can do to improve their life is to hire an elderly care provider to assist...

January 3rd, 2020 Does Too Much Sleep Increase the Risk of Stroke?

You may be aware of some of the things that can increase the chances of your aging relative suffering a stroke. For example, you might know that eating too much salt and having high blood pressure makes a stroke more likely. But now, new research...

December 27th, 2019 Understanding Your Parents As They Age

As your parents get older, there are some things that you may want or need to understand. While not everyone ages in the same way, there are some common things that adult children of aging parents need to know. If you know more, you can understand...

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