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Most Recent Posts from December, 2020

  • Holiday Depression in the Elderly

    For most of us, the holidays are filled with joy, fun, and excitement. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for the seniors in our lives. Depression in the elderly around the holidays is more ... Read More
  • Laws Against Taking Advantage of the Elderly

    Do you feel you have been challenged to the limit since the beginning of 2020? When we turn on our TV’s, we are overwhelmed with news about everything from politics to economics to continuous coverage ... Read More
  • Muscle Loss In Seniors: Can It Be Reversed?

    Losing strength with age is natural. But left unmanaged, muscle loss in seniors can be quite debilitating, even threatening a loss of independence. Sarcopenia (loss of skeletal muscle mass) affects ... Read More
  • Setting Boundaries With Difficult Elderly Parents

    Personal boundaries are guidelines or limits we set for ourselves to identify reasonable and permissible ways for others to behave toward us. Setting boundaries with difficult elderly parents can be ... Read More
  • Pain Management in Elderly Adults

    Many seniors and elderly adults believe that experiencing chronic pain is a natural part of aging. Luckily, this is not the case. While pain management for seniors can be trickier than grabbing some ... Read More
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