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Changes You Can Do to Prevent Fall-Related Injuries at Home

Is your senior loved one living with you or are they living alone? No matter what the situation, you must see to it that their home is safe and free from obstructions. According to the World Health Organization, 20-30% of older adults suffer moderate...

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Engaging Tips for Better Cognitive Health

Aging is a natural part of life that we all have to go through. However, some older adults may find it challenging to accept the physical and mental changes. But adults especially find it more concerning when they tend to forget certain details and i...

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Why Do Seniors Need Home Care?

There are a lot of reasons why people need home care – physical disabilities or impairments, post-surgery recovery, a new diagnosis, worsening conditions or symptoms, and declining overall health due to aging. Being able to age at home is one of th...

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Proper Management of Depression in Seniors

Depression happens to people at whatever age, but for seniors, it is quite challenging to deal with. Aging adults can readily feel a loss of interest in the activities they used to do and enjoy. Feelings of hopelessness, loneliness, and helplessness ...

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How Humor Helps: Making a Lighter Atmosphere

At least once in our life, we can recall a moment when a gentle laugh made us through the worst in a difficult situation. Whenever we are bored, we try to find entertainment for ourselves. When we are feeling anxious, embarrassed, or sad, searching f...

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Helpful Tips in Caring for Incontinence

One of the most challenging situations your senior loved one may find themselves in is when they have trouble controlling urination or bowel movement. For many seniors, the situation can be uncomfortable, messy, and embarrassing. But these situations...

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