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  • Take a Dog for a Walk During National Walk Your Dog Week The first week of October is set aside as National Walk Your Dog week to remind people that pets, especially dogs, no matter their size or their age, need exercise just as much as we do. So, why not have both your parent’s dog and your parent reap the rewards of getting out ... Continue Reading
  • Why Is National Traffic Awareness Month a Big One for Your Senior? Every August, National Traffic Awareness Month reminds people to pay attention to what is going on around them as cars and pedestrians share spaces. But it’s also a good time to think about driving and your senior. At some stage, it may become apparent that your elderly ... Continue Reading
  • Boosting Your Elderly Loved One’s Longevity When you are caring for an elderly loved one, you may be concerned with finding ways to boost their longevity. Or, in other words, how you can promote healthy habits to help them live longer. One of the first things to consider is if they are aging in place and what kind of ... Continue Reading
  • Summer Skin Protection Tips For Seniors May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month so now is the perfect time for seniors to start thinking about summer skin care. For seniors protecting their skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays is absolutely essential for good health. To avoid skin cancer and other health problems ... Continue Reading
  • 3 Tips for Improving Heart Health for Seniors If you are worried about your elderly loved one’s heart health, it is important to learn about the best tips to improve it as much as you can. That way, you can motivate and encourage your elderly loved one to participate in certain lifestyle changes and activities that help ... Continue Reading