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9 Healthy Habits For Senior Citizens Living At Home

9 Healthy Habits For Senior Citizens Living At Home

Aging is not for the faint of heart! Every day it seems like there is something else to keep up with; just to make sure that the things we did yesterday can still be done tomorrow. Who would have thought that aging gracefully requires so much? The truth of it is,...

6 Tips For Traveling With Senior Citizens

6 Tips For Traveling With Senior Citizens

It’s summertime and the livin’ is easy. Summer is meant for days off, chowing down on watermelon, eating ribs so good you’re ‘finger licking’, and escaping day-to-day work life in exchange for a wonderful vacation. A family vacation means everyone. Growing older...

How To Support A Loved One With Alzheimer’s

How To Support A Loved One With Alzheimer’s

Finding out a loved one has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s may feel overwhelming. There are a lot of thoughts that may be rushing through your mind. It is, in many ways, life-changing but you’re not alone in this. There are currently 5.8 million...

What Is Alzheimer’s? 7 Signs Your Loved One May Have Alzheimer’s

What Is Alzheimer’s? 7 Signs Your Loved One May Have Alzheimer’s

“One of the hardest things you will ever have to do, my dear, is to grieve the loss of a person who is still alive.” Alzheimer’s is a disease that currently impacts over 5.8 million Americans. In 2017 there were an estimated 50+ million people worldwide living with...

9 Things To Think About Before Moving Your Loved One Into Your Home

9 Things To Think About Before Moving Your Loved One Into Your Home

“Family is the most important thing in the world.” – Princess Diana“Family is not an important thing. It’s everything.” – Michael J. Fox“To us, family means putting your arms around each other and being there.” –Barbara Bush Most of us love our family. We will put our...

How To Help Seniors Accept Caregiving Support At Home

How To Help Seniors Accept Caregiving Support At Home

HOW TO HELP SENIORS ACCEPT CAREGIVING SUPPORT AT HOME There’s no place like home. Most of us love the comfort of our own home. In fact, an AARP survey of adults shows that 3 out of 4 adults age 50 and older want to stay in their homes and communities as they...

Is It Time To Give Up Driving? 8 Signs To Look For

Is It Time To Give Up Driving? 8 Signs To Look For

IS IT TIME TO GIVE UP DRIVING? 8 SIGNS TO LOOK FOR. Driving is a privilege that most of us in the U.S enjoy from the age of 16 years. It provides the transportation necessary for independence, work, food, adventure, and relationships. As seniors age and some of their...

How To Make A Home Safe For Your Aging Parents Or Loved One

How To Make A Home Safe For Your Aging Parents Or Loved One

About 87% of seniors plan on living in their own home for at least five to 10 years after turning 65, according to the AARP. Loved ones who are able to often prefer aging in place at their own home, which we are huge supporters of, but as a family member, it...

9 Signs Your Parent Or Loved One Needs A Caregiver

9 Signs Your Parent Or Loved One Needs A Caregiver

One of the most frequently asked questions that potential clients ask us is, “How do you know when it’s time to hire a caregiver?”  We wish that there was an easy one-size fits all response we could provide to everyone who asks us, but the reality of it is that...

6 Things To Consider Before Hiring A Caregiver

6 Things To Consider Before Hiring A Caregiver

Credentials and licensing: are they certified in CPR and first aid, do they have any health care training? Are they registered?Background checks: very important to know the person who is going to be taking care of your loved one and it’s CA state law.References: Ask...

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