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  • Celebrate National Dance Week with your Parent April 16-25, 2021, is National Dance Week. The National Dance Foundation has set aside this week for people to share their love of dance with kindness, inclusion, and community. Dancing has many benefits, not only physically, but also mentally and socially. Even if your ... Continue Reading
  • Internet Safety Tips to Teach Your Parents Each year, a list of the most common passwords comes out. Despite yearly warnings, many people continue to use these passwords. Do your parents make that mistake? What other internet safety tips do they ignore or need help understanding? Help your parents continue to use the ... Continue Reading
  • Can You Tell if Your Elderly Loved One is Distressed? Many people become distressed when there is too much going on in their life or even in this world. With the COVID-19 pandemic happening, your elderly loved one might be feeling quite distressed. It is important that you know the symptoms of distress. This way, you can better ... Continue Reading
  • Helping Your Parent Manage His Gout If your aging parent has been diagnosed as having gout, he most likely has been experiencing a lot of pain when it flares up. Gout is a common type of arthritis that affects many people. Its main symptom is usually a sudden, severe attack of pain that comes and goes along ... Continue Reading
  • Tips for Handling an Early-Onset Alzheimer's Diagnosis Over 5 million adults in the U.S. have Alzheimer's disease. Within the next 30 years, that number is expected to almost triple. Most people do not experience symptoms until well after their 60s, but there's another form of Alzheimer's known as early-onset Alzheimer's where ... Continue Reading
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