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How To Have More Positivity in 2019

November 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

The challenges of caring for an elderly parent can often be daunting to say the least, especially if you’re trying to hold down a job and raise a family at the same time. If your senior loved one requires a good amount of care, it can be difficult to maintain a positive attitude and keep […]

5 Tips For Staying Healthy This Winter

November 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

With winter on the horizon, it’s definitely time to start thinking about the health of your senior loved ones throughout the long cold season. It’s very easy to have a downturn in mood through the winter months, especially because it often confines elderly persons to the home. Then too, the warmth and the cheer of […]

Festive Holiday Activities For Seniors And Caregivers

October 21st, 2018 (No Comments)

Holiday times are all about being together and having fun with family members, even if your senior loved ones may have physical limitations or some level of cognitive impairment. The activities you plan with your senior loved ones don’t even need to be very special, because it’s the togetherness aspect which matters most to them […]

Meal Ideas For Seniors That Will Help You Plan For 2019

October 21st, 2018 (No Comments)

Most seniors experience a decline in appetite as they age, so it’s often hard to make sure they’re getting enough nutrition in their diets. As the daughter of a senior loved one, you’ve probably worried about this in the past, especially given the fact that you have to balance your own family life and work […]

The 5 Truths You Need To Know About Home Health Care

September 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

Most seniors would readily choose to remain in their homes as their preferred option, when needing health care which can’t be provided to them by themselves or family members. This could be after surgery which requires rehabilitation, or there could be some other situation which requires occasional or full-time supervision. If you’re considering home health […]

Fun Fall Activities For Seniors And Caregivers

September 18th, 2018 (No Comments)

Most seniors living at home are only too glad to be involved with a worthwhile activity that makes them feel productive, and which also creates something worthy of admiration. There are tons of fall activities that seniors and their caregivers can do together, and both persons will benefit from having undertaken them. For starters, the […]

10 Books Caregivers Need To Read

August 15th, 2018 (No Comments)

A survey conducted by the National Alliance for Caregiving, in tandem with AARP, discovered that there are nearly 70 million caregivers in the US who are obliged to provide some kind of care for least one individual who is disabled, ill, or elderly. Of course, not all of these are professional caregivers like those at […]

Practical Tips For Finding The Right Doctor For Your Aging Parent

August 15th, 2018 (No Comments)

Most people who are young and healthy don’t think it’s much of an issue to find a new doctor when that becomes necessary. However, if you have an aging parent who has been under the care of a particular doctor for years and possibly even decades, it can be a very difficult thing to accomplish. […]

Preventing Boredom: Out-of-the-Box Ideas to Engage Your Loved One 

July 10th, 2018 (No Comments)

The activities you share with your senior loved one during visits or when you’re home from work, can have a tremendous effect on her quality of life and general outlook, so it’s really important that these times are maximized and enjoyed to the fullest. Even if it is not readily observable, the impact of shared […]

Signs Your Loved One Needs Home Health Care 

July 10th, 2018 (No Comments)

It is almost always a difficult decision to face when you begin to notice signs that your Arizona senior loved one may need AZ home health care, because he/she is not completely safe alone while you go to work every day. This is a very common scenario in our society today, and you should not […]