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  • Holiday Baking Traditions With Your Senior Loved One One of the best holiday traditions is baking holiday treats in a warm festive kitchen. Whether the treats are for family or for holiday gifts nothing is better than fresh baked holiday treats. Baking holiday cookies, cakes, and pies with your senior loved one can create ... Continue Reading
  • What Should Seniors with Diabetes Eat? If your elderly family member is diabetic and has ever lamented her new diet, she’s not alone. It can be really difficult to know what to eat to help manage diabetes. 24-hour home care providers can help your senior to add more of some of these foods to her daily diet. Foods ... Continue Reading
  • 4 Ways To Get Your Senior Loved One Eating More Low appetite or having little appetite is very common in seniors. Seniors with dementia may forget that they need to eat or forget that they haven’t eaten and they may be unable to read their body’s hunger cues such as a growling stomach. Other seniors may have little ... Continue Reading
  • Best Ways to Help Your Elderly Loved One Get Their Appetite Back Is your elderly loved one experiencing a lack of appetite? If so, this could be very bad for their health. Many people who don’t have an appetite will lose a lot of weight in a short amount of time. In addition, they won’t be getting the vitamins or nutrients they need to ... Continue Reading
  • Three Low-Salt Sauces to Make and Freeze During National Sauce Month March brings the arrival of spring. It's also National Sauce Month, which makes it a good time to think about the low-sodium sauces to keep on hand for your parents' meals. Take time on a weekend to prepare many of these sauces and tuck them into the freezer until they're ... Continue Reading
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