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  • 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
  • Talking to a Senior Loved One About Home Care Are you finding that you’re now responsible for caring for the parent who raised you? If so, it’s a role reversal that none of us are truly ever ready for. Taking the person who taught you how to drive to their appointments or grocery shopping may mean it’s time to explore ... Continue Reading
  • Relax and Decompress with Home Care Support Caring for your aging loved ones is something you want to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy, or that you will always have the time to do it. If you feel like you need a break from caregiving, it’s probably best to take one. Not giving yourself some downtime can ... Continue Reading
  • 4 Tips for Traveling by Air With an Elderly Loved One With Mobility Issues Senior Care in Needham MA If you’re planning to travel by air with your loved one who has mobility issues, you might worry that it’s an impossible idea. The truth is that there are plenty of things that you and the airline can do to make the journey pleasant. Contact the ... Continue Reading
  • Senior Care Observances: Als Awareness Month Senior Care in Sudbury MA May is ALS Awareness Month. Also referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease after the beloved baseball player who brought awareness to the disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is a disease of the neurological nervous system that extensively impacts ... Continue Reading