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Spring Time Allergies: Helping Your Loved Ones Cope

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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...

Healing Dementia With Music Therapy

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Have you ever listened to a song and found your foot instinctively tapping? Or your voice subconsciously humming? Music is a powerful language. It reaches down into your subconscious, your soul, and p...

Life Hack: Get Paid for Caregiving

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Wouldn’t it be nice to get paid for being nice to others? If you’re one of the many who just answered ‘yes’, then now’s your chance to make that ‘yes’ come true! Because, now you can get paid to be a ...

Caregiving Tips: How To Ask For Help

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Being a caregiver is a wonderful thing. It’s a role in life where you get to give back and support your elderly family and friends in need. But, that awesome feeling of helping a loved one can come wi...

5 Easy Ways Caregivers Can Reduce Fall Risk For Seniors

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It can be the scariest thing in the world to watch a loved one fall right before your eyes. Especially, if you don’t know what to do or how to safely pick them up. Unfortunately, falling is a serious ...

Why it’s Important to Help Your Elders Celebrate the Holidays

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We all know that the holiday season is a time for the whole family but around the country, there are still tens of thousands of seniors who spend this time of celebration on their own. Sometimes this ...

Ideas for Spending New Year’s Eve at Home

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Going out for New Year’s Eve was all the rage back in the good old days, but once you reach your senior years it can seem like a bit of drag! Rather than spending all that money and effort doing somet...

The Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Caring for and supporting a friend or loved one with Alzheimer’s Disease can be a daunting and uncertain task. Often, it’s hard to know what to expect – a person’s behaviors and abilities can change e...

National Family Caregivers Month

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In many ways, the love, care, and support of a caregiver are constant. Caregivers work long hours to ensure the elderly or ill individual in their charge receives the social and emotional support they...