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  • Tips For Seniors Traveling With A Service Dog Service dogs are wonderful for seniors and can help them with many essential tasks. It’s National Service Dog month and the holidays are approaching fast so it’s the perfect time to learn more about traveling with a service dog. If your senior loved one has a service dog ... Continue Reading
  • Why Self-Care For Caregivers Is So Important If you’re caring for a senior loved one then you probably already have heard from many different sources about how important self-care is. It’s Self-Care Awareness month so even though self-care is always important, this month is a great time to focus on self-care. Taking ... Continue Reading
  • Tips to Help Your Senior Manage Arthritis If your elderly family member has experienced worsening arthritis, you may need to work out a plan with her that helps to accommodate her needs without making her feel as if she’s unable to do things for herself. That’s a tricky balance, but it’s entirely possible. Talk ... Continue Reading
  • Don’t Feel Guilty When Discussing Senior Care with Your Mom You may feel guilty bring up the topic of senior care with your aging mother, mostly because you assume she expects you to take care of her. Living in the same town, or even same house, many adult children have that same idea. They assume their elderly family members, ... Continue Reading
  • Owning a Pet: Can it Be Beneficial for Your Elderly Loved One? When you are taking care of your elderly loved one, there are certain things they can do to improve their life. Did you know that pets can have a positive impact on people, especially the elderly? If your elderly loved one own’s a pet, there are many benefits they can reap. ... Continue Reading
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