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Deciding When Your Senior Loved One Should No Longer Drive

Deciding When Your Senior Loved One Should No Longer Drive

It’s a hard decision to make. When do you take the car keys away from the senior in your life? While many things go into this decision, getting input from your loved one’s doctor, as well as any other caregivers, can make it a little easier....

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Preventing the Flu in Seniors and Their Caregivers

Preventing the Flu in Seniors and Their Caregivers

It’s that time of year again where flu season is upon us. Did you know that seniors, as well as their caregivers, are more vulnerable to the flu? It’s true, but there are things you can do to protect yourself and shorten the lifespan of the...

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Making Life Easier for Alzheimer’s Patients

Making Life Easier for Alzheimer’s Patients

One of the most dreaded moments a family can face is receiving a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. It can be really difficult to navigate the many challenges between the initial diagnosis and the end of life. All too often, families try to handle it all...

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How to Help Joint Pain During the Colder Months

How to Help Joint Pain During the Colder Months

It’s not uncommon for seniors to have increased pain in their joints and muscles during the winter. Doctors will tell you that there are more prescriptions written for aches and pains during colder temperatures than other times of the year. Some...

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How to Care for Seniors After Heart Surgery

How to Care for Seniors After Heart Surgery

Helping your senior loved one through surgery can be a daunting task, but also a labor of love. As with anything else that comes with aging in place, post-op recovery takes special planning to ensure the comfort of everyone involved. If you are a...

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Lowering the Risk of Heart Disease Among Seniors

Lowering the Risk of Heart Disease Among Seniors

Did you know that heart disease kills more people than any other condition in the United States? While there can be genetic risk factors that increase your odds of developing heart disease, most often it is brought on by lifestyle choices that can...

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