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March 2nd, 2018 Everyday Needs for the Elderly

Many elderly adults can live independently in their own home and take care of themselves well. However, many seniors reach a point where they are no longer able to complete the routine duties and responsibilities of maintaining a home and a...

February 22nd, 2018 It's Time for a Talk About Your Parent's Elder Care Needs

They've been there for you. From a bruised knee to a broken heart, your parents have been there to support you through it all. They're getting older. It's important to talk to your siblings and parents about elder care.Topics You Need...

February 20th, 2018 BrightStar Care Jupiter receives the “Leader in Excellence Award” second straight year 

BrightStar of Jupiter/Martin County has received the distinguished Best of Home Care – “Leader in Excellence Award” from Home Care Pulse, the leading firm in quality assurance for home care. This award is given to select home...

February 15th, 2018 Celebrate National Time Management Month by Cleaning up Your Schedule

The shortest month of the year also happens to be National Time Management Month, so break out your calendar and your scratch paper so you can get your schedule back on track.Slow Down for a Minute This may seem contrary to what you're trying...

February 9th, 2018 Who Needs to Know About Pancreatic Cancer?

Although it is not as prevalent as many other cancers, pancreatic cancer still claims thousands of lives each year. Greater awareness can lead to early detection and better survival rates. Family caregivers should learn all they can about...

February 1st, 2018 Planning for the Care of an Elder Orphan

According to AARP, one in five older adults is an elder orphan, or is at risk for becoming one. An elder orphan is a person who has no spouse or children to take on caregiving duties, should the need arise. If you’re an elder orphan in need...

January 23rd, 2018 Can Seniors Develop Food Allergies?

Tanya hosted a dinner party at her home for her family members. They played games, ate snacks, and enjoyed each other’s company. Everyone brought a favorite treat. When Tanya brought out a tray of shrimp cocktail, her 78-year-old mother...

January 17th, 2018 Can My Elderly Mom Still Live at Home?

Penelope had just finished yet another frustrating conversation with her aging mother about moving her to a long-term care facility. Mom insisted she wanted to stay in her home and refused to even talk about it.  However, her recent stroke...

January 11th, 2018 Preventing Social Isolation for Aging Relatives

You may not realize it, but your aging relative may be struggling with social isolation. It’s not uncommon for seniors that can no longer drive and who depend on a single family caregiver or senior care aide to experience a reduction in...

January 4th, 2018 Tips for Managing Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism is a condition in which a person’s thyroid gland does not make enough of certain hormones. When that happens, they may experience symptoms like fatigue, weight gain, muscle weakness, painful joints, and more. Hypothyroidism...

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