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Why Do Dementia Patients Stop Eating? + Tips to Help Them Remember

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Food and water give us the energy and nutrients our bodies need to thrive — so it can be confusing and stressful when a loved one with dementia stops eating as much or at all. It’s tough to see this h...

Recognizing Dehydration Symptoms in a Senior

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Water is one of the most important substances for our body. Our bodies are, after all, 60% water. Thus, dehydration poses risks for all age groups — but it’s especially dangerous for seniors.  T...

What Diet Helps Seniors Live Longer, Healthier Lives?

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Diet plays a crucial role in our physical and mental health. As we get older, ensuring our bodies get enough energy and the right nutrients helps us continue to live long, healthy, and happy lives. Se...

How Dementia Takes Toll On A Senior And How Angels On Call Can Help

Top 5 Healthy At-Home Exercises To Do With Seniors

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Both cardio and resistance exercises are vital for seniors to maintain their health and happiness. Stronger muscles and a stronger cardiovascular system offer plenty of benefits: Strengthens cardiova...

How to Prepare For Outings With a Loved One With Advanced Dementia

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Giving loved ones with dementia the opportunity to get out and about is a great idea. They can get some exercise and fresh air while doing some of their favorite activities or even just to take a walk...

How to Determine If Your Senior Loved One Should Stop Driving

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Getting a driver’s license provides someone a substantial amount of independence. As long as they have a vehicle, they can go basically anywhere at any time, giving them more control over their lives....

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

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According to estimates from the Alzheimer’s Association, around 6.2 million people in the United States have Alzheimer’s. Worldwide, that stretches to nearly 47 million, but experts predict that...

How Addressing Hearing Loss Early Can Help Protect the Brain

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Being one of our vital five senses, hearing loss can be incredibly frustrating — both for the person experiencing it and their family and friends. However, hearing loss consequences don’t stop at the ...

Should You Correct Family Members With Weakening Memories?

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It can be tough to watch a family member experience cognitive decline. Among other challenges, they may say things that seem false, and you might feel an urge to correct them. However, is it worth it ...