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August 26th, 2016 Elderly Pneumonia FAQ: Learn the Signs and Risks

If you help care for your aging parent, then you’ve probably heard the importance of taking preventative measures against pneumonia. That’s because seniors are much more prone to catching the illness. In fact, according to a 2009 study, the annual...

August 24th, 2016 Ways Senior Citizens Can Keep Their Minds Strong

Many of us forget a thing or two during the course of a day. It’s annoying, sometimes embarrassing, and the odds are we will experience more of this forgetfulness as we age. It is noteworthy that memory loss is a natural part of the aging process....

August 19th, 2016 Backyard Picnic Tips for the Whole Family

A picnic can be a fun summer activity the whole family can enjoy together, but there are some special considerations to keep in mind when elderly family members will be part of your get together. Luckily, planning a picnic right in your own...

August 15th, 2016 Eyesight & the Elderly

Eyesight is truly one of the most amazing senses that humans possess. As we age, vision loss seems to creep up on us. We begin having difficulty reading things close to us, and oftentimes, we grab a pair of reading glasses. We don’t typically take...

August 12th, 2016 Medication Management Tips for Seniors

As a senior parent ages and his or her body starts to slow and break down, the need for prescription medicines will likely increase. Keeping track of multiple medicines and all that comes with that (dose amounts and times, side effects...

August 9th, 2016 Recognizing the Worries of Your Elderly Loved Ones

As we age, our perception of the world naturally changes. What didn’t trouble us in our youth may seem to present insurmountable obstacles as we age. Providing home care in Orlando for an elderly loved one requires that you become familiarized...

August 5th, 2016 Beat the Heat With These Indoor Activities for Seniors

As July turns to August, temperatures reach annual highs. While we all love to savor the outdoors come summer, it’s important to take care in the extreme heat, especially for seniors, who are more prone to heat-related illness. Keeping indoors is...

August 3rd, 2016 Fostering Grandparent & Grandchild Relationships

One of the greatest gifts you can provide your children is time to spend with their grandparents. Conversely, one of the greatest gifts you can provide your parents is to spend time with their grandchildren. Fostering relationships between...

July 26th, 2016 Happiness in Aging

Aging is a scary proposition. From the time we are very young, we realize age brings change. We develop intellectually, and our bodies grow and change and allow us to develop skills not possible when we were younger. Somewhere in our mid-40s, we...

July 21st, 2016 Answers to 10 Frequently Asked Cataract Questions

Cataracts affect practically everyone over the age of 75. Even though they are common, they can still be challenging to navigate. Progressive vision loss can be a scary and uncomfortable experience for a parent or grandparent. Arming yourself with...

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