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  • Sudden Stuttering in Elderly Adults For many seniors, a sudden onset of stuttering can be not just frustrating, but also concerning. It can be scary for them and startling for those around them. Sudden stuttering is usually the sign of a medical condition and working with a doctor to determine the underlying ... Continue Reading
  • The Benefits of Weighted Blankets for Elderly Adults Weighted blankets have become increasingly popular for their comforting and therapeutic qualities. But did you know that they offer special benefits for elderly adults? From promoting better sleep to easing feelings of anxiety, these blankets are more than just a cozy ... Continue Reading
  • How to Improve Fine Motor Skills in Adults Fine motor skills are essential to everyday living, and these skills may start to deteriorate as one ages. That’s why keeping them in check through regular activity is important. In this post, we will review how to strengthen fine motor skills and some fun fine motor ... Continue Reading
  • Speech Problems in the Elderly When you imagine what an elderly person’s voice sounds like, you probably think of something quiet and wispy, maybe even a little hoarse. Just like other body parts that change with age - like eyesight and hearing - speech and the ability to communicate can also be affected ... Continue Reading
  • Abbreviations Used in Physical Therapy Physical therapists will often use abbreviations and terms, which may be confusing to the average person. One may wonder: What is weight-bearing status? What does non-weight-bearing really mean? And what about the corresponding abbreviations such as the WBAT medical ... Continue Reading
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