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How to Choose a Home Care Aide for Your Parent

The key to finding the right home care agency is knowing the level of care needed by your parent. There are essentially two categories of in-home care: custodial care and skilled care. Custodial care includes help with shopping, housekeeping,...

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Playing Bingo Has Great Benefits for the Elderly

Did you know that Bingo has been recognized not only as a great pastime for the elderly, but also a great way to sharpen memory and thinking skills? It’s true! There are lots of positive benefits to playing Bingo on a regular basis—let’s look...

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Know the Physical Signs of Alzheimer’s Symptoms

When most people think of Alzheimer’s Disease, they think of memory loss, inability to recognize family members, and basically just being a shell of who they used to be. The good news is that there is more hope than ever for treating this awful...

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Are You Providing Care for an Aging Parent or Loved One?

If you're taking care of an elderly mother or father or dealing with the demands of helping a loved one or friend who is chronically sick, elderly, or disabled, you’re not alone. You are one of the millions of Americans who take care of an aging...

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In-Home Care Services for Patients with Dementia

Anyone who lives with a loved one who has dementia can tell you it’s no easy ride sometimes. Often, when an aging parent or family member suffers from dementia, the sense of responsibility to care for them can be very strong. Many people want to...

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Is Palliative Care Right for Your Family?

What is Palliative Care? In a nutshell, palliative care has one aim and that is to make life better for both the patient and the caregiver. Recent studies have shown that cancer patients who received palliative care had far less depression. They...

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