Clutter is a huge hazard for aging adults. Depending on how bad the clutter is in her home, it can range from making storage of items she uses often difficult or it can literally be piled up around her home, threatening to trip her. If it’s time for your senior to work on that clutter,…

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Derek has gone above and beyond to help me with my mom’s needs after she was released from the hospital. I would recommend his company to anyone who is looking for care for their loved ones. He stayed personally involved to make sure my mom was getting the best care to help her return to…

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Alzheimer’s is the sixth-leading cause of death in the United States. This disease follows closely behind others, such as stroke, cancer, and heart disease, yet there is little known about it. Alzheimer’s is an irreversible degenerative disease of the brain that destroys memory and thinking skills. Eventually, sufferers can’t even perform simple everyday tasks. When…

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When you listen to music, what comes to your mind? For most people, music puts a smile on their face or at the very least puts them in a better mood. Did you know that research shows music is very powerful. It can benefit people in many ways. There have even been studies to show…

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When an unlawful act is committed, it is expected to be addressed through the U.S. Criminal Justice System – consisting of the police, the courts, and the corrections system. However, this system is not perfect. It’s massively overpopulated – incarcerating over 25% of the world’s inmates while only accounting for 5 percent of the world’s…

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You’ve decided to attend your mom’s doctor’s visit this year. While there, she never brings up the questions she had for the doctor. Should you step in and ask or do you hope she’ll say something? How do you react when your mom seems afraid to speak up during her doctor’s visit? Create a List…

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Approximately 43 percent of family caregivers report they feel pressured into caring for a parent due to the lack of health insurance coverage for professional caregivers. Another 20 percent feel pressure from their aging parent or other family members. The average amount of weekly care is just over 24 hours. Your mom’s health is changing,…

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Your mom’s face droops, and she can’t keep one eye open. She’s having a hard time smiling, and she has a headache. You’re worried that she’s having a stroke. At the ER, you learn your mom hasn’t had a stroke at all. She has Bell’s Palsy, but you’ve never heard of it before. Bell’s Palsy…

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In this day and age, there are so many different ways that people can monitor their own health. Even family caregivers who live far away from their elderly loved one can monitor their loved one’s health. In fact, there are many great apps for monitoring health that you should check out today. Amwell App Does…

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Do you need to find something to entertain your elderly loved one? Maybe they are tired of doing puzzles or playing the same games over and over. If this is the case, there are many great board game ideas that your elderly loved one might enjoy. These are games that you and home care providers…

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