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Why It Can Be Dangerous for Seniors to Live Alone

Why It Can Be Dangerous for Seniors to Live Alone

With dementia and other similar conditions on the rise, it’s becoming more and more of a problem for seniors who are living alone. Often, they experience isolation from the outside world, missing out on opportunities to socialize with friends and...

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Helpful Hints for Delivering Bad News to Senior Parents

Helpful Hints for Delivering Bad News to Senior Parents

Delivering bad news is tough, no matter who it is. It’s especially tough when you must deliver it to a family member or senior parents. Our tips can help you know how to talk about negative news with honesty and compassion. Read on for more...

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How to Talk to Your Parents About Senior Care

How to Talk to Your Parents About Senior Care

Even though it isn’t always possible, most seniors would rather live at home with a home health nurse or other aid, rather than living in an assisted care facility. It’s a very difficult thing to decide whether your aging parents need to accept...

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Financial Help for Caregivers of the Sandwich Generation

Financial Help for Caregivers of the Sandwich Generation

When it comes to the caregivers of the “Sandwich Generation,” there are some unique challenges. Perhaps you didn’t expect to find yourself taking care of your elderly parents, but they probably didn’t expect to need help at this stage of...

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How Seniors Can Improve the Quality of Their Sleep

How Seniors Can Improve the Quality of Their Sleep

Did you know that it’s vitally important for seniors to get adequate sleep each night? They should be getting at least 8 hours of rest to be at their healthiest. However, it’s not enough to just lie in bed for 8 hours and get fitful sleep. The...

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5 Tips for Helping Seniors Accept In-Home Care

5 Tips for Helping Seniors Accept In-Home Care

Do you have a senior loved one who adamantly refuses the idea of having someone come into the home to provide care? This is a difficult spot to find yourself in, as you no doubt need a break from the ongoing task of caretaking. It is often very...

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