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Posts from 2022

  • Stay in the know. Improve communication when a senior has Alzheimer's. Alzheimer’s can make it difficult for your loved ones to recall names, dates, and other info that used to come easily. What was once at the forefront of their memory might now be cause for frustration and confusion. Processing something as simple as names, times or locations ... Continue Reading
  • Laughter really is the best medicine. Get your senior loved one having fun again with home care help. It feels good to laugh, whether your elderly family member is laughing uncontrollably or quietly giggling to themself, it does them a world of good. Not only does laughing feel good, it can also help to alleviate stress, inspire a positive outlook, increase motivation, and ... Continue Reading
  • Too much screen time? The Best Ways to Keep Seniors Active Around the House. It may be surprising, but did you know that seniors spend more time on their screens than any other leisure activity? In fact, seniors spend more than half of their daily leisure time in front of screens. Screen time can include watching TV, videos and movies, checking ... Continue Reading
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