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Home Safety Tips for Seniors

Aging in place means more than just living in your home – it means having the ability to do so safely, independently, and comfortably as you get older. For many seniors, it is a goal to live in familiar surroundings and age in place for as long as possible. However, this can be cause for

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Fall Prevention Tips for Seniors

A fall can result in serious injuries. And even falls without a major injury can cause an older adult to feel fearful or depressed, making it difficult for them to lead an active lifestyle. If you have an aging parent, grandparent or neighbor in your life, helping them minimize their risk of a fall is

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Is Assisted Living Right for You?

While many older adults embrace the idea of “aging in place” at home, assisted living communities offer many benefits that aren’t readily available to seniors who decide to live on their own.  Assisted living communities are long-term, residential care options for seniors that offer a combination of housing, health care services, social opportunities and help

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What Are the Early Signs of Alzheimer’s Disease?

Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive, neurodegenerative disorder that occurs when nerve cells in the brain die. As the disease advances over several years, it slowly robs people of their memories, personalities and relationships. Over time, the worsening symptoms eventually affect a person’s ability to live independently and perform basic function in everyday life.  Alzheimer’s is

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Gardening for Seniors this Summer!

With summertime around the corner and COVID vaccines becoming more available, the seniors in our life can finally enjoy all that this great season brings! One of our favorites is gardening. There are a number of benefits of gardening for seniors, whether experienced or trying it out this year, below are the top reasons:  Staying

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Top 6 Ideas to Make Valentine’s Day Special for Seniors During COVID

Valentine’s Day doesn’t just have to be focused on couples. Growing up, we all remember in our early school years exchanging little Valentines Day cards and candy with our peers. It was some fun and uplifting that broke up the monotony of the long winters following the big holidays. Valentines Day is a holiday that

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How to Feel at Home After A Move to Assisted Living

Making the decision to move to an assisted living community can feel overwhelming for your parent or loved one. Like any big change in life, moving into a new home, apartment or in this case assisted living is a big adjustment. It isn’t uncommon for the children to feel overwhelmed as well with tasks of

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What to Do When an Aging Parent Won’t Accept Help

If you wait for the day an elderly parent or loved one comes to you for help, you may be waiting forever. A tough reality that we all must face when making the decision to explore professional help. However, an additional layer of stress some children or caregivers face is when their parent rejects help

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Top 4 Ways to Help Seniors Alleviate Chronic Pain

A 2019 study shows that around 20% of seniors living in the US experience some sort of chronic pain in their daily life. Living with chronic pain can be exhausting which can not only limit mobility, but can also affect senior mental drive. As the opioid epidemic continue to make headline news, physicians have been

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The Importance of Sleep for Seniors

We often hear about how important diet and exercise is to maintain a healthy lifestyle well into our golden years. But what about sleep? What impact does our sleep habits have on our overall health? Today’s blog will explore the benefits of healthy sleeping habits for older adults and how to ensure you have optimal

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