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Making Thanksgiving Enjoyable For Senior Loved Ones

Making Thanksgiving Enjoyable for Senior Loved Ones

Depression is common during the holiday season, especially among seniors. Feeling sad and alone isn’t good for seniors’ health. When you brighten the holidays for seniors, you may be increasing their lifespan and improving their quality of life. How to…

The Three Stages Of Alzheimer’s Disease From Alzheimer’s Association

The Three Stages of Alzheimer’s Disease from Alzheimer's Association

November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month. In 1983, when former President Ronald Reagan designated November as National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, fewer than 2 million Americans had Alzheimer’s. Today, that number has climbed to nearly 5.4 million. Understand the…

9 Stimulating Hobbies For Seniors With Limited Mobility

9 Stimulating Hobbies for Seniors with Limited Mobility

Aging is one of those inevitable chapters in life that brings new challenges, opportunities, and experiences. Some of these are exciting and enriching while others we could do without. Perhaps the least anticipated is the loss of mobility due to…

Senior Loneliness Solutions: How Aging Adults Can Combat Loneliness

Senior Loneliness Solutions: How Aging Adults Can Combat Loneliness

As we climb the ranks of age, many of us wish to remain in our own homes as long as possible. Familiar surroundings have a way of making us comfortable and content and in fact, nearly 90 percent of seniors…

A Guide To Legal Planning After A Dementia Diagnosis

A Guide to Legal Planning after a Dementia Diagnosis

Estate planning for someone with dementia presents several unique challenges.  First, you will need to get the estate plan correct since it will be used to help make decisions for them and plan care while they are still alive.  Second,…

Managing Diabetes As Part Of Senior Care

Managing Diabetes as Part of Senior Care

Diabetes is a disease that affects the way the body processes food, especially sugar. Many seniors have a form of diabetes, which can become serious if it isn’t managed. Learn basic facts about diabetes prevention and management. Types of Diabetes…

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