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How to Talk to Your Senior When She Doesn’t Want Help

Published: Aug 09, 2019

You’re already offering a lot of help to your senior, but you really can’t do it all on your own. However, when you make the offer of hiring extra help, your senior may put her foot down. What can you do about it? Get a Definition on “Help” You...

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Four Tips for Respiratory Health

Published: Jul 19, 2019

Respiratory problems like asthma and COPD take a lot out of your senior. These tips can help her to have the quality of life that she wants to have every day. Medications Are Crucial There are a variety of medications that your senior’s doctor...

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Why is Aging at Home so Desirable?

Published: Jul 11, 2019

Senior citizens have options when it comes to where to live after retirement and as they age. Some move to a new town to be closer to children and grandchildren. Others opt to embrace a lower cost of living in a new state or country. Some move to...

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Best Safety Practices for Exploring With Your Parents on Trips During National Great Outdoors Month

Published: Jun 19, 2019

What is June's National Great Outdoors Month all about? It's meant to be a time to get all of the family out of the house and exploring nature's treasures. Whether you spend a day fishing or head out on a weekend camping trip, it's all about spending...

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How Can You Help Your Mom Adjust to a New Caregiver When Her Memory Fails Her?

Published: Jun 03, 2019

Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia cause plenty of frustration. When your mom doesn't have short-term memory retention, it's very hard to help her adjust to a caregiver. From day to day, the people she meets are strangers. Over time, she may start...

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Early Treatment Helps Seniors Who Are Having a Heart Attack

Published: May 20, 2019

Strokes and heart attacks are two of the leading causes of death for aging adults. However, if a senior is having a heart attack, chances for survival are quite good if they get medical treatment quickly. Family caregivers should take some time to learn...

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Do You Know What’s Different About Heart Attacks in Women?

Published: May 09, 2019

Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in women in the United States, but many still think of it as a disease that primarily affects men. In fact, women aren’t as likely to survive a first heart attack as men are. One of the problems is that the...

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Four Tips for Protecting Your Mental Health as a Caregiver

Published: Apr 18, 2019

Your own mental health is a massive part of you continuing to be the caregiver that you want to be. If you’re not already protecting your mental health, you need to work out some solutions that allow you to do just that. Take Time Away from...

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