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Elderly Care

  • How Owning a Dog Can Make Your Parent Healthier Does your older family member own a dog? If not, you may want to consider assisting them to adopt one. There have been multiple studies over the years indicating that people who have dogs tend to be healthier and may even live longer than those who don’t own dogs. Recent ... Continue Reading
  • Planning for Season Changes with Your Elderly Loved One Many senior citizens have issues with their physical and mental health when seasons change. It might seem like there is nothing you can do to help your elderly loved one with these issues. However, there are some tips that can help you to transition your loved one into each ... Continue Reading
  • Could Your Senior Have Some of These Risk Factors for Falling? As your elderly family member ages, it’s important to understand how she can be at greater and greater risk of experiencing a fall . If your senior is experiencing any of these risk factors, there might be something that you can do to help her to avoid injuring herself. Her ... Continue Reading
  • How to Help Your Elderly Loved One Reduce the Risk of Depression Are you worried that your elderly loved one might become depressed? Maybe there is a family history of depression. If you are concerned about your elderly loved one’s mental health, there are some ways that you can help them to reduce the risk of becoming depressed. While ... Continue Reading
  • Questions to Ask Yourself Before Quitting a Job to Become Your Dad’s Caregiver Following a stroke, heart attack, or another health issue, your dad cannot be alone. Your family’s talked it over and daily assistance is crucial. It’s been determined that someone needs to quit their job to care for him, and the person who seems best suited is you. Before ... Continue Reading
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