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  • How To Convince Your Senior To Take Their Medication As the primary caregiver to your parents, you may be struggling to get them to take medications from the doctor each day. This can be for several reasons, maybe the pills are too big, maybe they need to be taken with food and your senior isn't hungry, or they hate drinking ... Continue Reading
  • Is Peanut Butter Good for Seniors? When creating your weekly grocery list, don't forget to include peanut butter. While it is heavy in fat and calories (the good kind), it is also a nutritional powerhouse in moderation. When you don't have enough time to take care of your parents and try to figure out ways to ... Continue Reading
  • How Seniors Can Always Find Their Glasses If your senior loved one is always losing their prescription glasses, they are definitely not alone. During January, which is National Eye Care Month, you and your senior loved one can take steps to make sure that your senior loved one can always find the prescription ... Continue Reading
  • Helping Your Elderly Loved One Stay in Their Home Most senior citizens want to stay in their home. They don’t want to have to move in with a family member or move anywhere else. The good news is that there are many ways that you can help your elderly loved one to stay in their home. There are many resources and tips that ... Continue Reading
  • How is Home Care Vital to Your Dad's Independence? Independence is everything to a person. As your dad gets older, one of his biggest fears is that he'll lose his independence as his health changes. Don't let him worry. Even if his abilities change, home care helps him maintain his independence. It Offers Companionship When ... Continue Reading
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