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Use This Handy Checklist to Find the Right Caregiver for your Loved One

April 13th, 2018 (No Comments)

Most people are aware that the overall population of the U.S. is aging, and that more and more elderly people require partial or full-time care, just to carry out the basic daily necessities of living. The professionals at MD Home Health, as well as Arizona health care workers throughout the state, urge you to take […]

The Best Spring-time Activities in the Phoenix Area

April 13th, 2018 (No Comments)

As much as you’ve been looking forward to springtime, there might be an elderly loved one in the family who is even more anxious for the arrival of the season. Of course, Phoenix-area residents aren’t usually obliged to hibernate through winter as people in the Northeast might, but the refreshing cooler atmosphere of spring is […]

Tips for Keeping Seniors Connected

March 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

It’s very understandable that seniors of today would feel even more disconnected from the world around them than senior citizens of past generations, especially given the fact that technology is now progressing at such a breakneck pace. AZ home health caregivers have some recommendations on how you can improve Arizona health care for seniors, by […]

Tips for Helping Seniors With Their Taxes  

March 16th, 2018 (No Comments)

When tax season rolls around, it can be a particularly anxious time for many seniors, and this is true for several reasons. First of all, any income received is often not via employment, so the tax model they were subject to for most of their lives will have changed. Then too, the tax laws themselves […]

Inspirational Ways to Embrace Aging

February 14th, 2018 (No Comments)

Probably most people have their own ideas about how to embrace aging, and how to enjoy those later years in life to the utmost, but there are a few thoughts on the subject that consistently appear, no matter whom you ask. Here are some of the most consistent themes about how to get the most […]

How to Overcome the Winter Blues for Seniors and Caregivers

February 14th, 2018 (No Comments)

Much of the U.S. has experienced severe weather this winter, and that has caused many seniors who are only partially ambulatory to be shut-in for long stretches of time. However, there are some steps which can be taken for both the elderly and their caregivers, to help beat the winter blues, and forget about what […]

Celebrate National Hobby Month

January 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

Hobbies can be a lot more than just time-filling activities that pass the day for you and your senior loved one. AZ Health Care professionals point out that having a hobby can be something that relieves a great deal of stress for the elderly person in your household, and can provide him/her with an outlet […]

Cold and Flu Prevention Tips for Seniors and Caregivers

January 17th, 2018 (No Comments)

There’s no doubt about it – we’re right in the middle of the cold and flu season, and we still have weeks to go before the season fades away into springtime. Arizona health care professionals tell us that seniors and their caregivers are the most likely groups to be affected by the flu which is […]

Alzheimer’s Patients Find Way Around Memory Loss Through Babysitting

August 4th, 2017 (No Comments)

There may just be hope for those that suffer from the gradual effects of Alzheimer’s and we have babies to thank for it. A new study in Australia has revealed that “spending a moderate amount of time caring for grandkids may prevent Alzheimer’s Disease by increasing brain function and memory.” Utilizing the pieces of the […]

Healthy Summer Snacks to Help Keep You Hydrated, Cool and Slim

June 8th, 2017 (No Comments)

Summer is right around the corner. Many people associate summer with cold beers and hanging out by the pool to keep cool. However, the foods you eat can have a large effect on how you feel in the heat as well. Some foods are believed to cause warming or cooling effects in the body. Eating […]

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