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5 Things to Do with Alzheimer’s Patients

Caretaker with elder in room

Finding activities to do with seniors who have Alzheimer’s can be tricky. But there’s always a way to find common ground, that both of you can enjoy. The key is to focus on two things: body and mind. ...

What is Dementia: Understanding the 7 Stages

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Whether you’re a young caregiver or a senior reaching your later years, it’s important to be familiar with the signs and symptoms of dementia. So that you can do what’s needed in a moment’s notice. So...

Making Time to Exercise: Tips and Tricks for Seniors

Elder people on yoga class in the park

Stick to a schedule We humans love routine. So, if you find yourself having trouble getting around to exercising, the solution is making it a part of your weekly routine. If you set specific times wit...

Signs and Solutions for a Better Life: Homecare Advice

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Homecare for a better you, the senior. As we get older, we sometimes get a little slower. Maybe a little more forgetful. And there’s no shame in that. That’s life, and this is still your time. It’s yo...

6 Easy Nutrition Tips for Seniors to Stay Healthy and Fit

Senior couple eating breakfast at home.

The older we get, the more on top of our diets we’ve got to be. Children can eat almost anything, and their bodies will write it off. But for seniors, it’s not quite as easy. If we want to stay active...

Ultimate Summer Safety Tips for Seniors Checklist!

Senior friends enjoying the beach in the summertime

Summer is our time to soak up the sun and rejuvenate in the fresh air. It’s when we get to go outside, relax, find new hobbies, and spend a little me-time. But that doesn’t mean it comes without it’s ...

Life Hack: Caregivers Need Exercise Too

Woman helping elderly man with cane

Ever notice how in the case of an airplane emergency, you are always supposed to place the oxygen mask on yourself first and then help those around you? (If you haven’t, take note now!) Well, the r...

Make Your Home a Place for Aging

An elderly woman standing in the kitchen, holding a glass of water.

Many seniors prefer to age in the comfort of their or their family’s home. Which can be a problem for caregivers, when their homes are unconducive for wheel chairs and elderly. So, here are four t...

Spring Time Allergies: Helping Your Loved Ones Cope

Senior woman sneezing

Aaaa-chooo! Do you hear that? That’s the sound of runny noses, scratchy throats, and teary eyes in the spring. AKA: Springtime Allergies. Spring allergies are a normal problem, but they can make it ha...