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Most Recent Posts from January, 2013

  • Does Your Loved One Refuse to Visit the Doctor?

    “Don’t worry about it, it’s nothing!” If you’re a caregiver, you’ve probably heard that sentence, or a similar one, from your loved one. But if you’ve noticed a suspicious mole on your dad’s back, or ... Read More
  • Can Seniors Donate Blood? (National Volunteer Blood Donor Month)

    Every day, about 44,000 units of blood are used to save lives across the United States. This blood is vital for cancer patients, organ transplant recipients, and victims of accidents. Although 38 ... Read More
  • How to Help a Senior Shut-In

    You’ve tried to keep your loved one outgoing and active. You offer to drive her to friends’ houses and organize get-togethers. But over the years, your elderly loved one has become more and more ... Read More
  • Group Activities for Elderly Adults

    There’s no age limit on a good old fashioned play date. Everyone enjoys spending time with friends, family, and loved ones — so why should that stop once you’re a senior? Even though we may slow down ... Read More