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  • Understanding and Managing Shingles in Seniors Shingles, also called herpes zoster, is a viral infection that results in a painful rash on one side of the body or face and often lasts several weeks after first appearing. The varicella-zoster virus causes shingles; after recovering from chickenpox, it remains dormant ... Continue Reading
  • Tips to Help Make Cooking Easier for Seniors Cooking is one of those activities that help put people at ease. This is why it is the perfect exercise for those dealing with stressful situations. It’s also an activity that is necessary. Unfortunately, as seniors age, cooking might also bring challenges - taking what was ... Continue Reading
  • Six Important Strategies for Dealing with Family Caregiver Stress Being a family caregiver often starts out in a way that doesn’t necessarily allow for a formal plan. What that can mean is that family caregivers also don’t map out ways to protect themselves from the stress that caregiving can bring. Working with senior home care ... Continue Reading
  • Why Should You Establish Set Meal Times For Your Elderly Dad? As a busy family caregiver, it's hard to keep up with everything you do to help your dad, keep up with household chores, and get your work-at-home job duties completed. Your dad is also crankier than usual. Could his scattered meal times be causing his hangry attitude? Here ... Continue Reading
  • 9 Ways Senior Home Care Can Help Keep The Winter Blues At Bay The winter blues can be a difficult time for many people, especially seniors. With the shorter days and colder temperatures, it can be hard to stay positive and active. Fortunately, there are ways to battle the winter blues and keep seniors feeling healthy and happy during ... Continue Reading
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