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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...

September 28th, 2017 Health Benefits of Pumpkin for Seniors

Did you know that pumpkin is a superfood? It’s low in calories and contains multiple nutrients in one serving. It ranks right up there with foods like broccoli, blueberries and salmon as a healthy and nutritional powerhouse. With autumn...

September 20th, 2017 What Do You Know About Spinal Muscular Atrophy?

There are four known forms of spinal muscular atrophy. Type 1 is diagnosed in the first 6 months of life, while the second type is diagnosed between 7 and 18 months. Type 3 comes after that and also affects children. If your parent is diagnosed...

September 15th, 2017 Why Does Your Elderly Family Member's Doctor Keep Recommending Exercise for Her?

Elder Care in Palm Beach County FL: Why Does Your Elderly Family Member's Doctor Keep Recommending Exercise for Her? If your aging family member's doctor has recommended exercise as an option for her more than a few times, you might be...

September 7th, 2017 What Strategies Can Help You and Your Loved One Manage Sundowning?

Homecare in Juno Beach FL: What Strategies Can Help You and Your Loved One Manage Sundowning? One of the more disconcerting aspects of dementia for your loved one can be the daily possibility of having a bad sundowning episode. Try some of...

August 31st, 2017 Boosting Independence for Your Senior with Online Grocery Shopping

Elderly Care in Jupiter FL: Boosting Independence for Your Senior with Online Grocery Shopping Independence and autonomy are important concepts for everyone at all stages in life. No matter what types of challenges and issues your elderly...

August 25th, 2017 What Do You Need to Know about Medications and Your Loved One's Risk of Falling?

Senior Care in Hobe Sound FL: What Do You Need to Know about Medications and Your Loved One's Risk of Falling? What medications your loved one takes and how much of them she takes can be a big part of her fall risk. The more you can educate...

August 17th, 2017 Keeping your Parent’s Brain Active

Caregivers in Jupiter FL: Keeping Your Parent's Brain Active The old adage, “Use or lose it,” doesn’t just apply to muscles—it applies to the brain as well. A study reported in the National Institute on Aging found that older adults who learned...

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