At Home Health Care Vs. Assisted Living Facilities

Life as a Family Caregiver for Your Senior Loved One

In-home caregivers provide vital support for loved ones who are unable to care for themselves, and in doing so, they often sacrifice their own time and well-being. Though it can be difficult, caregivers find great satisfaction in knowing they're making a difference in the lives of those they love. Whether ...
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Senior Vets and PTSD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be a challenging disorder for both the sufferer and their loved ones. If you have a senior family member who's dealing with PTSD, it's important to be supportive and understanding. Often when we hear of someone living with PTSD, we think of veterans. However, it ...
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How to Care for Aging Adults with Arthritis Pain

Currently, arthritis affects 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. Though many people associate arthritis with elderly adults, it can affect people of all age groups. In fact, more than half of those living with arthritis are under the age of 65. Still, aging adults are more likely to experience ...
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Arthritis Pain Relief For Seniors

Understanding Angry Outbursts in Elderly Adults

As we age, we go through a lot of changes - both physically and mentally. Sometimes, these changes can be difficult to adjust to. Many aging adults may experience a decline in cognitive function, which can lead to confusing and frustrating feelings. At times, these frustrating feelings can manifest into ...
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5 Fun Ways to Celebrate Spring with Your Aging Loved One

Spring has finally sprung! What could be more rejuvenating than spending it outdoors? The fresh air and sunshine are great for your health, and there's no shortage of fun activities to do whether you're 9 or 90. Physical activity is a crucial aspect of healthy aging for older adults. It ...
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How to Have the “Living Room Conversation” When Your Senior Loved One Needs Help

There's always a moment when you realize your elderly loved one needs help. Maybe it's the day they can't make their bed or you notice them struggling to get around the house. It could be something as simple as realizing that grandpa is spending all his time in front of ...
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Conversation With Seniors