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December 22nd, 2016 20 Tips to Help Seniors Stick to Their Diets at the Holidays

Picture the typical holiday table and you’ll likely envision an abundant spread of stuffing, turkey, latkes, and pies. Now imagine navigating all that and trying to stick to a low-sodium, low-fat, or low-sugar diet. That’s the challenge in front...

December 20th, 2016 Healthy Aging Isn’t Just a Resolution

One of the most common resolutions each new year is to get healthy. However, this resolution implies that an individual will work hard to make healthy changes this year, but then discontinue them as time goes on and various benchmarks of health...

December 16th, 2016 6 Holiday Safety Tips to Prepare for Your Parent’s Visit

The holidays are a special time of the year when all generations keep gather together under one roof. Make that time as enjoyable and stress-free as possible by making your home a safer space for aging parents and other loved ones. Our Chief...

December 14th, 2016 Help Your Loved One with Alzheimer's Make the Best of the Holidays

The Orlando home health care experts at BrightStar Care know that the holiday season can be stressful for anyone, but even more so for loved ones living with Alzheimer’s Disease and their caregivers. Frequently, there are feelings of loss for the...

December 9th, 2016 How Families with Alzheimer’s Celebrate the Holidays

For families with Alzheimer’s, celebrating the holidays can require a little extra effort. You want to involve your loved one living with dementia in holiday events, but you want to do it in a way that is appropriate for his or her needs. If you...

December 6th, 2016 Fighting Senior Fraud

It has become increasingly common for senior citizens to fall victim to fraud. New schemes seem to come from nowhere with increasingly devious ways for criminals to attempt to steal your identity. It’s important that caregivers providingsenior...

November 28th, 2016 The Difference Between Occupational & Physical Therapy

The difference between occupational and physical therapy is actually more substantial than most people realize. Orlando home health care has changed in the past decade and either therapy can now be provided in the comfort and privacy of a patient...

November 23rd, 2016 In-Home Care vs. a Nursing Home: Which is Better for Your Aging Loved One?

Aging is a unique process for each of us. While the wrinkles, aches and pains, forgetfulness and other health and cognitive issues eventually affect us all, no one can predict at what chronological age we will begin to require assistance; if at...

November 15th, 2016 Services to Expect from In-Home Care

The need to provide in-home care for a loved one is, unfortunately, something that most people are rarely prepared for. Usually the result of an unforeseen accident, the sudden onset of an illness or emergency surgery, families often find...

November 9th, 2016 The Importance of Senior Socialization

As life expectancy continues to increase, remaining active and socially engaged throughout an entire lifetime is significantly important. Regular interaction with others can stave off feelings of isolation and depression and can promote health and...

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