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November 28th, 2017 National Healthy Skin Month: 7 Tips for Aging Skin

Did you know that keeping elderly skin healthy and protected is one of the best ways to contribute to your aging mom or dad’s overall health and wellness? During National Healthy Skin Month, it’s an excellent time to learn more about...

November 22nd, 2017 Poor Sleep for Seniors? Try Bed Positioning Aids

Just as the body needs food and water, it also needs restful sleep to stay healthy, both physically and mentally. When seniors are having a hard time sleeping, it can be attributed to a number of reasons. Sometimes, they simply cannot get...

November 17th, 2017 Alzheimer's Care - Have You Heard About Purple Tables?

One of the toughest challenges a person with Alzheimer's faces is dining out. You want to treat your mom to lunch, but restaurants agitate her. Crowds and loud noises make her angry or scared. She doesn't want to sit still. Your meal hasn&...

November 12th, 2017 Benefits of Gardening with Your Loved One in the South

In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, BrightStar Care took a look at the most popular family caregiver activities across the country. Based on national search data from Google, gardening with seniors is popular in the South region.No...

November 9th, 2017 Four Ways Your Mom Benefits From a Family Meal

Eating together as a family may be a common tradition on holidays, but it's something you should do with your mom as often as possible. The benefits of a shared meal may surprise you. Here are five of the things your mom gains when the family...

November 2nd, 2017 Cortical vs. Subcortical: Do You Really Understand the Different Types of Dementia?

Every form of dementia falls into one of two categories: cortical or subcortical. Cortical links to the cortex or gray matter, while subcortical deals with the white matter. Gray matter within the brain is the brain cells. White matter controls...

October 25th, 2017 Are You Making Communication with Your Aging Adult More Difficult?

As your senior ages, how you communicate with her on a daily basis may need to change as well. If you don't pay attention to this, misunderstandings and hard feelings can start to add up and create resentments. That can be extremely damaging...

October 18th, 2017 Talking to Family About Your Senior’s Alzheimer’s Diagnosis

Finding out that your aging parent is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease can be one of the most intimidating and life-changing moments that you can experience as a family caregiver. After you have learned of your parent’s diagnosis...

October 12th, 2017 How Can Your Senior Be a Safe Driver if She Has Arthritis?

Driving with arthritis is definitely still possible for your elderly family member, but there are some things that she may need to do in order to keep being safe on the road. Depending on the severity of her arthritis, your aging adult may need to...

October 4th, 2017 Three Health Issues Your Parents Face

You hear about Alzheimer's, cancer, and stroke all the time. These are health issues senior citizens face, but there are many others that do not get talked about as often. We're taking a look at three of the common health issues that...

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