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Supporting Your Loved Ones With Alzheimer’s

Currently, many people with Alzheimer’s disease are cared for at home by family members. Caring can have positive aspects for the Caregiver as well as for the person being cared for. It can bring personal satisfaction to caregivers such as help...

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Your Loved Ones’ Need For Companionship

As we get older, it can be very difficult for us to do what we normally do. Activities of daily living alone can be daunting due to the limitations our bodies experience as they grow older. Along the way, we can’t help feeling that things aren&...

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Senior Nutrition: How To Tell If a Loved One Is Not...

Many families are concerned about senior nutrition as our elderly age. The rigorous process of grocery shopping, meal prep, dining alone, and then cleaning up the kitchen can seem burdensome. When elders do not live together, it is difficult for fami...

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Caregiving Tips 101: Caring for an Elderly Person`s Hair

Our hair is an important component of how we show ourselves to the world, and our seniors are no exception. Aging is not an excuse to ignore the state of our senior’s hair. In reality, there is a higher requirement to maintain and care for our ...

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Making Meals More Appealing to Seniors

Meeting our daily nutrient requirements is important even as we get older. Food in our system helps our body function, and it contributes to strengthening our immunity. As imperative as it sounds, it’s not always easy to achieve proper nutrition am...

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Walking: An Easy Way to Keep Seniors Active

Exercise helps in strengthening our bodies and improving our immunity. For aging adults, rigorous physical activity can be challenging due to physical limitations. However, it does not mean they should stop trying to have an active lifestyle. Many ph...

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