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Home Safety Tips for Seniors

By | Aug 30, 2017 | Comments Off on Home Safety Tips for Seniors

 Aging at home is what most older Americans desire, mainly due to the comfort of being somewhere they are familiar with and the privacy and independence that it offers. If you are a caregiver or caring for an aging relative, it’s important to keep the home safe in order to prevent falls, burns, or poisoning.…

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Tips for Preventing Falls

By | Aug 13, 2017 | Comments Off on Tips for Preventing Falls

  As we become older, our balance, flexibility, and coordination suffer some loss, mainly due to inactivity and vision problems.  This naturally leads to an increase in the chances that we will fall or trip over something. According to the National Council On Aging, falls account for the majority of fatal and non-fatal injuries for people…

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4 Signs That It May Be Time to Stop Driving

By | Jul 13, 2017 | Comments Off on 4 Signs That It May Be Time to Stop Driving

  Has an aging loved one recently had a car accident? Maybe it was just a fender bender, but it may point to a larger issue. Have you noticed dents or scrapes on their car, curb, or fences? No one wants to be told that they are no longer fit to drive, but by intervening you may…

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Senior Health in Summer

By | Jun 30, 2017 | Comments Off on Senior Health in Summer

  Summer is a wonderful time of year and with the pool parties, bbq’s, and family gatherings, rarely do health concerns enter our mind. The onset of summer also means the onset of heat, and dehydration is a very common problem in aging adults. Most people do not think of dehydration as being a very common problem, but…

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American Elderly's Top 3 Retirement Concerns

By | Jun 14, 2017 | Comments Off on American Elderly's Top 3 Retirement Concerns

  Everyone has fears about the future. The unknown can be a scary place. It is helpful to take a closer look at what retirement concerns aging Americans have, so that they can be enabled to bring a healthy perspective to those fears. It is also beneficial for the younger generations to have a good understanding…

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3 Signs a Senior May be Trying to Hide Memory Loss

By | May 31, 2017 | Comments Off on 3 Signs a Senior May be Trying to Hide Memory Loss

  Have you noticed significant changes in the behavior of an aging loved one? Has their once outgoing and friendly personality been replaced with a withdrawn or impatient attitude? Maybe they’re just having a bad day or week. Or maybe it’s something more. Here are 3 warning signs that a senior may be trying to…

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Understanding Elder Abuse

By | May 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Understanding Elder Abuse

  This is the second in a two-part blog series on elder abuse. Read The Truth About Elder Abuse here.    What would cause someone to hurt an aging adult? What motivates someone to harm another person, either physically, verbally, or mentally? There is usually not just one answer, but many factors that create this unfortunate situation.…

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The Truth About Elder Abuse

By | May 1, 2017 | Comments Off on The Truth About Elder Abuse

This is Part 1 in a two-part blog topic on Elder Abuse. Understanding the Causes of Elder Abuse is Part 2.   Most people are well aware of the topic child abuse and we have a protective instinct for these children since they are unable to defend or speak up for themselves. What is not…

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Top 3 Questions About How and When to Place an Aging Parent

By | Apr 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Top 3 Questions About How and When to Place an Aging Parent

  Many middle-aged people have elderly parents that are starting to ‘feel their age.’ While it is the hope and prayer of all adults that their parents age in good health and happiness, statistics show us that life doesn’t always lead us along that path. We asked some of the professionals in the senior care industry…

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Early Signs of Cognitive Decline

By | Apr 1, 2017 | Comments Off on Early Signs of Cognitive Decline

It seems like every time you read an article or watch the news the words ‘dementia’ and ‘alzheimer’s’ are being mentioned and it’s for good reason. The rate at which cognitive decline is occurring in elderly adults is staggering. According to a San Diego study done in 2016, in just 15 short years dementia-related diagnoses will increase by 51%.…

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