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  • 8 Tips for Talking to the Family About Companion Care Your mom's had rheumatoid arthritis for years, but it's worsening. She's starting to experience joint deformities that make it hard for her to complete some of the daily activities she's used to doing on her own. She agrees she needs help around the home. Before you gather ... Continue Reading
  • Senior Home Care Helps with Meal Planning and Preparation As a family caregiver, you might always feel like there is never enough time in the day to help out your elderly loved one and do everything else you need to do. If this is the case, one of the things that you might be struggling with is helping your elderly loved one with ... Continue Reading
  • Seniors and Diabetes: Tips for Managing Blood Sugar Diabetes is one of the fastest-growing diseases, and one out of every four seniors in the US has it. As diabetes brings many other serious complications to the body, seniors are at more risk due to their age. And also, combined with the other factors, like the slow metabolic ... Continue Reading
  • Tips for Great Brain Health in the Elderly Years Do you take care of your elderly loved one? If so, is one of your main concerns their brain health? Maybe, you worry they are going to get dementia. Maybe, you just worry about their general cognitive functions. Either way, there are some tips for great brain health in the ... Continue Reading
  • Does Your Family Have an Emergency Care Plan for Your Mom? Does your mom have an emergency home care plan in place? If she lives alone, it's time to talk to her about her goals. She needs to have a plan if something happens with her health and well-being. What Should Her Emergency Care Plan Cover? Your family needs to sit down and ... Continue Reading
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